Please find details below of our tree planting events taking place on Sunday 12 May 2019.
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NEW SOUTH WALES
North Sydney Council – Waverton Park
Larkin Street, diagonally opposite Wood Street, Waverton.
Sunday 12 May
9 am to 11 am
All tools and equipment provided, please wear enclosed shoes and sun protection.
Join us anytime between 9 am and 11 am.
For further information call the Bushcare Officer on 9936 8100
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/trees-for-mum-day-tickets-59087372923
Penrith City Council
– Dorothy Radford Reserve
9am to 12pm
Dorothy Radford Reserve
Daniel Parade St Clair
For more information and to RSVP please visit https://www.penrithcity.nsw.gov.au/news/plant-a-tree-to-celebrate-your-mum-on-mother-s-day
Northern Bendigo Landcare
1pm Milwood Road, Huntly
For more information and to RSVP visit
Mildura - Red Cliffs and District Community Landcare
10am - 11am Nardoo Street
Please email email@example.com or call 0417 539 619 for more information.
Stawell Urban Landcare will again be giving away native plants as part of the Mothers’Day Classic at North Park, Stawell between9 and 10.30 on Sunday
Ipswich City Council
Location: George Palmer Park, Silkstone
Address: Sealy Street, Silkstone
Time: 9am – 11am
Plants, tools and equipment provided.
A talk on Bioscaping for Diversity will be presented at 10am by Flora 4 Fauna. Mums will receive a free gift on the day.
Please wear closed in shoes, sunscreen, hat and bring drinking water.
Register via MyIpswich (Link https://myipswich.com/)
For further information please contact Council on (07) 3810 6666.
Can I host a Trees for Mum site?
Of course! Please read our Trees for Mum Project Kit for all the information you need to set up your own Trees for Mum event. Please remember it doesn't have to be a huge event - a planting with even 10 - 20 people still works very well!
If there are no planned Trees for Mum events in your neighbourhood, you can simply plant a native tree or flowers in your own garden. Visit your local garden centre to find your mum’s favourite native species or another variety suitable to your local conditions. Local councils may also be willing to provide trees and plants; please contact your local council to enquire.
You can visit our Facebook page for further details.