National Tree Day again?

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National Tree Day is on Sunday 30 July this year. We will be meeting at the corner of Mount Pleasant Ave and Waratah Way in Wahroonga at 9:30am. There will be some bush tucker samples and native sarsaparilla tea to try.

Please bring: a hat, water bottle, good walking shoes and gloves (if you have them. We have spares). We will not only be planting, but also conducting general bush regeneration work such as weeding and rubbish collection.

If you are interested in attending, you must RSVP for safety and insurance reasons. For more information or to RSVP, please Contact us.

Kick-off time: Let’s have a picnic!

This year, July 31st is National Tree Day!

Wahroonga Waterways Landcare is holding a tree-planting and picnic style event where supporters and volunteers can meet, have a snack, and plant a tree.

We’ll be working in an endangered ecological community, Sydney Turpentine Ironbark Forest, that is in need of a bit of TLC.

Bring friends, bring family, bring your dog (if they are well-behaved and will stay on a leash) and bring your picnic blanket and some food.



Date: 31 July 2016

Address: Corner of Fox Valley Road and Strone Avenue. We will be meeting participants here and walking with them over to the site. If you can’t see anyone, give us a call

Contact number: 0406 934 792

What to bring:

  • good walking shoes
  • hat
  • water bottle
  • some snacks
  • picnic blanket
  • friends/family/furry buddies

RSVP: Email or visit our Facebook event page (