Make your city a greener place.

Find out about the Community Tree Planting Program and how to volunteer in street tree planting events across the City.




Important notice

The muster point for the event in Innaloo on 23 June has been changed to Ornum Reserve.


About the Community Tree Planting Program

The Community Tree Planting Program aims to:

  • Encourage participation of local residents, families, community groups, schools and businesses in Community Tree Planting Events across the City
  • Create cooler and more attractive streetscapes
  • Help foster a sense of community pride and ownership of streetscapes
  • Spread the word about the many benefits of street trees to our wellbeing.


Community Tree Planting Events

Community Tree Planting Events will be held on Saturdays between late May and August from 9.00am to 11.30 am and are followed by a sausage sizzle for participants.

These events rely heavily on the support of local residents and volunteers.

We invite you, your friends and family to attend your local event or to join the Program by becoming a Volunteer Tree Planter.

 

Please click below for the full schedule of events.

2018 Schedule of events


Upcoming events in May and June

​Date

​Event

​Muster Point

​Project Plans

​Saturday 16 June
​Scarborough

​Butlers Reserve

77 Corbett Street (Ventnor St side)

Scarborough
​Saturday 23 June
​Innaloo

Ornum Reserve

12 Ornum Place

​Innaloo


​Become a Volunteer Tree Captain

Lead a small team of local residents and other volunteers at Community Tree Planting Events.

Check out the Community Tree Captain Position Description to find out exactly what is required of this volunteer role.

If you would like to join the team of Volunteer Tree Captains, please contact the Community Tree Officer.

​Become a Volunteer Tree Planter

Volunteer to plant street trees at Community Tree Planting Events across the City.

You will meet all kinds of people of varying ages, backgrounds and abilities, who like you, want to make a positive contribution to their community and believe that planting more trees is a great start.


Register as a Volunteer Tree Planter

Special Planting Events - Opportunities for schools, scouts and other community groups

We can organise a Special Tree Planting Event specially tailored for your school or community group. Please contact the Community Tree Officer to find out more.

Additional Information

If you have a question that is not answered here, please contact the Community Tree Officer.

​Contact us

Ph: (08) 9205 8555
stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au

 

See photos from our volunteer events on Facebook