Eucalyptus camdulensis biochar (Ec-bio) was used to adsorb crystal violet (CV) and methylene blue (MB) dyes, which was optimized and additional evaluated utilizing totally different isotherm and kinetic fashions. Microscopy and spectroscopy methods confirmed the interactions of the dyes with the floor useful teams of the Ec-bio, ensuing within the removing of the dyes from aqueous resolution. Each dyes have been instantly uptaken, with equilibrium reached in 60 min, with the next sorption effectivity of CV in comparison with MB. Thermodynamic parameters confirmed endothermic adsorption and the nonspontaneous adsorption of each dyes onto the Ec-bio. Each the adsorption capability and share removing elevated with the rising resolution pH from 2.zero to 4.zero and to 10 for CV and MB. A rise in adsorption capability was noticed upon rising the preliminary concentrations, with a corresponding lower within the share removing. The pseudo-second-order (PSO) and Elovich kinetic fashions (nonlinear strategy) have been an excellent match to the info of each dyes, confirming a chemisorptive adsorption course of. The Langmuir isotherm fitted properly to the CV information, supporting its monolayer adsorption onto the Ec-bio, whereas the Freundlich isotherm was an excellent match to the MB dye information, suggesting the floor heterogeneity of the Ec-bio. The Dubinin–Radushkevich isotherm was an excellent match to the adsorption CV information in contrast with the MB dye, suggesting the physisorption of each dyes onto the Ec-bio on account of its imply free power of adsorption of <eight kJ mol−1.