National Tree Day - July 29 - planting events in the Adelaide region.

News release
25 July 2018

This National Tree Day there’s plenty of planting events to join in throughout the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges region. Come along and join the fun!

Thompson Beach – community planting event, 9am-12.30pm

Help restore the northern coastal area –we’ll plant local species to stabilise and revegetate coastal dunes, increase biodiversity, and provide habitat for native animals. Supported by Adelaide Plains Council.

Kudla - tree planting day, 10am-12 noon

The Gawler Environment Centre is hosting a National Tree Day event at a local property in Kudla to help the landholder restore locally indigenous plants to the environment to create homes and food for wildlife.

Valley View - planting day with Friends of Dry Creek Trail, 9:30 – 11.30am

Planting natives to help increase biodiversity in Valley View.

Dune plantings at Seacliff, 10am-12 noon

Around 80 volunteers will help plant over 1000 plants at Seacliff to help stabilise dunes and reduce erosion along the coastline. This habitat is important for the Hooded Plover, which successful nested there over summer. Event held by City of Holdfast Bay together with Natural Resources Adelaide Mt Lofty Ranges.

Port Willunga community planting day, 11am-1.30pm

Tree planting at Port Willunga Linear Park to plant local indigenous species and help increase habitat diversity in a valuable reserve linking the plains to the sea.

Also marking National Tree Day, staff from Natural Resources Adelaide and Mt Lofty Ranges, together with Friends of Brownhill Creek and Mitcham Lions Club, will be planting native species as part of ongoing work to further beautify and enhance the biodiversity of Brownhill Creek Recreation Park.

More information

Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges