Recent Beacon Ecological projects include:
- Bushfire Management Statement for 1 Pickworth Avenue, Anglesea. Prepared as part of planning permit submission for a new dwelling (2013).
- Targeted surveys for the nationally significant Striped Legless Lizard, Golden Sun Moth and Spiny Rice Flower on Pringles Road, Anakie. Reports prepared for the City of Greater Geelong (2013).
- Bushfire Management Statement for the construction of a shed, Station Road, Wensleydale. Prepared for as part of planning permit submission (2013).
- Site assessments and land management plans for nine sites in the Colac Otway Shire. Produced for the Colac Otway Shire (2012).
- Queens Park Lorne, Weed Management Strategy. Assessment and report for the Great Ocean Road Coast Committee (2011).
Baw Baw Shire Council Weed Strategy. Facilitated workshop and produced five year weed strategy (2011)
- Protecting and Improving Native Grasslands on VVP Roadsides. Assessment and Report, Moorabool Shire Council (2010)
- Groundwater Dependent Ecosystem Monitoring. Vegetation Monitoring and Reporting, Southeast South Australia, for the South Australian Department of Environment and Natural Resources (2010).
- Growling Grass Frog Surveys, Belmont Common, Geelong for the City of Greater Geelong (2010)
- Growling Grass Frog Surveys, Cowies Creek, Geelong for the City of Greater Geelong (2010)
- Vegetation Mapping, Net Gain and Landscape Planning Recommendations for Jan Juc and Spring Creek, Jan Juc, Victoria for the Surf Coast Shire (2009)
- Ecological Surveys and Conservation Management Recommendations, Bailieston for Frank Dawson Planning Pty. Ltd. (2009)
- Vegetation Assessment and Habitat Assessment, Mount Duneed for the Mount Duneed Pony Club (2009)
- Flora and Fauna survey and Net Gain Assessment for Land Management Surveys Pty. Ltd. and NatCon Development (2009)
- Flora and Fauna Survey, Net Gain Assessment, Macedon, for Abode Design and Construct Pty. Ltd. (2009)
Beacon Ecological is also actively involved with several community based projects and action groups including the Otway Community Conservation Network (OCCN) and the Jan Juc Coast Action Committee.