Nature reserves serve multiple purposes as habitat conservation zones, wildlife corridors, natural water catchments and of course much loved recreation destinations. 2MH Consulting provides the horticultural, design and project management expertise to enhance and maintain reserves for Moorabool Shire Council, Mount Alexander Shire, Macedon Ranges Shire Council, Mitchell Shire Council, Melton Shire Council and other local governments throughout Victoria.

Habitat conservation

Our expert horticulturalists, arborists and landscape designers can work with you to conserve existing habitat. Where restoration or habitat establishment is required we have the expertise to select the most appropriate species to blend with the local environment.

Picnic & BBQ facilities

To ensure surrounding communities value local reserves picnic, BBQ and toilet facilities can transform a reserve into a much loved destination. 2MH Consulting has extensive experience in sensitive development of public facilities from reserves on the plains to difficult to access mountaintop locations requiring helicopter delivery of materials.

Access paths

To guide visitors to defined zones and protect others, access paths are invaluable. They increase accessibility, they avoid unnecessary erosion, and they steer crowds away from sensitive habitat zones. 2MH Consulting provides design and project management services to deliver access paths anywhere in Victoria.

Drainage and erosion management

Managing erosion is a constant challenge for many managers of reserves. 2MH Consulting provides expert drainage design and erosion management consultancy to minimise the causes and mitigate the effects of erosion in public reserves.


Clear, intuitive directional signage makes public reserves accessible to users. Signage can provide so much more though. 2MH Consulting is renowned for creative signage concept development, design and delivery. Interpretive signage can provide environmental context, historical context or just prompt further thought and discovery as users explore the reserve.
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