Natasha’s primary research focus is the rehabilitation of Weipa’s Hey Point Bauxite Mine (QLD)

Natasha Ufer is involved in a variety of field work at Hey Point including biomass and forestry surveys, soil sampling and implementing rehabilitation. She assists monitoring of the rehabilitation of Newlands coal mine in QLD and vegetation surveys around Ranger Uranium Mine in Kakadu National Park (NT).

Natasha is studying her Honour’s part-time on the rehabilitation of Hey Point and has previously worked in the Green Army, Alexandra Headlands/Pelican Waters project, on the Sunshine Coast.


Natasha's engagement with industry includes My Pathway, Wik Timber and Green Coast Resources in Weipa, and Curragh and Newlands coal mines in Queensland.


Natasha collaborates with the University of the Sunshine Coast and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources in Darwin.