Join us on Sunday 2 August for National Tree Day
Residents are invited to get planting on National Tree Day and help support our natural environment.
National Tree Day is Australia's biggest community tree-planting and nature care event. The day involves the community planting and caring for native trees and shrubs to improve Campbelltown's bushland reserves. National Tree Day started in 1996 and since then more than three million people have planted 23 million seedlings!
Supported by the Federal Governments 20 Million Trees program Campbelltown's 2020 National Tree Day supports our Strategic Koala Revegetation Project.
Join in the local event and take in some fresh air, socialise and protect our environment on Sunday 2 August. At the event you’ll also get a chance to find out about Campbelltown City Council’s Bushcare program and how you can get involved.
This years location is Ingleburn Reserve, Ingleburn
In 2020 National Tree Day will support our Strategic Koala Revegetation Project which will see more than 15,000 trees installed in Macquarie Fields and Ingleburn to improve critically endangered Shale Sandstone Transition Forest vegetation and increase canopy cover and primary koala habitat.
What to bring?
Please wear a hat, long pants, enclosed shoes and bring along some drinking water to stay hydrated.
For further information please contact Council's Natural Area's Team on 02 4645 4601 or email@example.com
Due to the on-going situation with COVID-19, this event may have to be cancelled at short notice. This will be announced via the website and Facebook.
This is a free event.
You can register your attendance on the National Tree Day website.