Significant Tree Register
The Significant Tree Register was established through Amendment 75 of the City of Mandurah's Town Planning Scheme No 3 gazetted on 15 January 2008 to conserve and protect Mandurah’s most valuable trees.
The Significant Tree Register aims to protect significant trees within the City of Mandurah and is an important component of the City's philosophy of protecting our natural heritage. Many individual and groups of trees are highly valued by the community and may include remnants of the original vegetation of the area. These trees hold significant value for a number of reasons, inluding visual/aesthetic, botanic/scientific, ecological and historical/commemorative/ cultural and social.
The Significant Tree Register offers members of the community the opportunity to nominate trees which they believe have special significance to the community or the environment.