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Goldfields, WA
Human Induced Regeneration

Spanning approximately 210,000 hectares of pastoral lease in the West Australian Goldfields, Gindalbie Station is our flagship HIR project.


Salubris worked with an industry partner to complete the initial stratification report and formalise the best-in-class carbon project with highly sought after ACCUs first issued in 2024.

Over the lifetime of this 25 year project, Gindalbie is expected to deliver approximately 1.2m ACCUs.


  • Management of the current cattle herd to limit their negative impact on forest regeneration

  • Infrastructure improvements

  • Management of unplanned grazing

  • Fire management

  • Programmed weed control and landscape hydration activities

Project Highlights

  • Existing carbon abatement project, commencing in 2018 generating 45,000 to 55,000 ACCU’s per annum
  • Acquired in July 2023

The History of Gindalbie Station

The Tonkin family have owned and managed land in the West Australian Goldfields for over 90 years. In that time, three generations have played pivotal roles in the management and evolution of the land.

Over the years, Steve and Joanne and their family have seen some big changes to both the pastoral industry and to the land itself. They witnessed Gindalbie Station transition from a sheep station of 20,000 head to a cattle station, followed by further diversification including sandalwood harvesting and land management contracting.

Steve Tonkin will now support Salubris as we transition the property through its next evolution, into forest restoration and carbon sequestration, bringing his many years of land management experience to the project.

Other Projects

  • Western Woodlands

    Goldfields, WA

    The Western Woodlands project spans 3,000,000 hectares and is part of the Marlinyu Ghoorlie (MG) group application to claim native title of crown land in the West Australian Goldfields. Salubris is proud to be the Marlinyu Ghoorlie group’s exclusive carbon and biodiversity partner.

    • Create sustainable environmental benefits
    • Create real economic value for the Marlinyu Ghoorlie group and local communities
    • Generate social outcomes for the Marlinyu Ghoorlie group and local communities
  • Karratha Air Shed

    Pilbara, WA

    Salubris are engaging a local First Nations group as their Blue Carbon partner for the Karratha Air Shed site on the Burrup Peninsula. This project leverages an innovative approach and is the first of its kind in the Salubris portfolio. Leading scientific research suggests carbon will be sequestered more than 10 times faster than mature tropical forests.

    • The Karratha Air Shed site is the subject of a Section 91 licence application
    • Salubris has engaged with a local First Nations group to be their Blue Carbon partner (Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) underway)