National Tree Day on Sunday 28 July and School Tree Day on Friday 26 July combine to make Australia’s largest tree planting event.
National Tree Day present Australians with an opportunity to give something back to the environment we live in by planting native trees, grasses and shrubs in the local community. National Tree Day promotes education about our natural environment and a commitment to care for it for future generations. Since National Tree Day began in 1996, more than 2.8 million people have planted over 17 million trees and shrubs.
Register your tree planting event on the National Tree Day Registration page. If you’re not hosting an event but want to get involved, find an event near you.
More information is available in the FAQ section of the National Tree Day website, or call the National Tree Day hotline on 1300 88 5000.