National Tree Day 2019

young girl having fun planting trees at National Tree Day
Join Frasers Property and the City of Mandurah at the Frasers Landing Core Conservation Area this National Tree Day.

By planting a tree this July, you're helping to preserve and protect pristine bushland along the Serpentine River. This bushland is home to iconic and threatened tree species, like Tuart trees and Banksia woodland. It also provides important habitat, shelter and food for native birds and wildlife, such as Ospreys, Honey Possums, Quenda, Brushtail Possums and Black Cockatoos - just to name a few!

National Tree Day is a fun day for the whole family to get out and about in nature. This planting day is supported by the Peel Harvey Catchment Council through the Alcoa Foundation Serpentine River project and Treemission, a tree planting conservation initiative.

Ensure you wear appropriate planting gear; enclosed shoes (sneakers or boots), long sleeved shirts or jackets, long pants, hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. Please bring a reusable drink bottle and coffee cup.

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