Avisure—an EXCELLENT choice for your wildlife hazard management
Avisure has solid and diverse aviation experience—supporting the aviation industry with specialist wildlife expertise for over 25 years.*
Avisure’s team are tertiary-qualified professionals, including wildlife biologists cross-trained in airport operations and complemented by technicians with practical, on-the-ground understanding of airports, large and small.
Avisure has a demonstrated ability to engage with stakeholders to achieve the desired hazard management outcome.
Avisure has a history of satisfied clients, evidence of our ability to deliver effective results.
"Since 1997 we have completed more than 370 projects for 143 clients across the globe"
Gold Coast (QLD)
Hervey Bay (QLD)
Mt Isa (QLD)
Phosphate Hill (QLD)
Whitsunday Coast – Proserpine (QLD)
Bell Bay (TAS)
Halls Creek (WA)
Port Hedland (WA)
Telfor – Newcrest Mining (WA)
Ballina Byron (NSW)
Coffs Harbour (NSW)
Jervis Bay (NSW)
Lord Howe Island (NSW)
Wagga Wagga (NSW)
Western Sydney (NSW)
Alice Springs (NT)
Bradshaw Training Area (NT)
Groote Eylandt (NT)
McArthur River (NT)
Tennant Creek (NT)
Bacchus Marsh (VIC)
Point Cook (VIC)
East Sale (VIC)
Avisure is one of the largest aviation environmental consultancies in Australia and has a growing presence internationally.
Qualifications and expertise
Avisure has a qualified, highly professional and passionate team of experts, committed to delivering effective and high-quality bird strike and airport risk management.
Knowledge of the industry
Avisure knows aviation, and the challenges the industry faces in managing bird strike risk. Our focus is growing long-term partnerships with our clients to leverage that understanding and together to manage risk effectively.
Creative problem-solving skills
Our expert team is driven by wanting to make a difference though developing and implementing innovative solutions to manage bird strike risk and reduce overall airport risk.
“Wildlife surprises you when you least expect it”
Next Wildlife Hazard Management Training
12th - 13th May 2020
Wildlife Hazard Management Training
Well-trained and knowledgeable personnel are the key to a successful Wildlife Management Program. Managing wildlife hazards can be complex, and requires not just aviation expertise, but an understanding of wildlife and how to manage them.
- A two-day workshop encompassing 11 modules.
- Training handbook.
- Certificate of attendance.
Upcoming Training Schedule for 2019
- 12th – 13th May 2020
- 10th – 11th November 2020
$1,100.00 (GST inclusive) per person
Avisure Head Office
Level 4, McDonald House
37 Connor Street
Burleigh Heads QLD 4220
* Avisure began life 25 years ago, as Ecosure. However, in 1996, Ecosure principal, Phil Shaw, recognising the need for a dedicated aviation wildlife consultancy to support the industry, established Avisure as a separate entity.