Wyndham City are giving away trees to Wyndham’s Residents!

We will have 500 trees of varying species to give to residents to plant at home.

To grab your free tree, come along to the National Tree Day on Sunday 28 July 2019 (10am - 1pm) in the floodway reserve next to 101 Bellbridge Drive, Hoppers Crossing.

Residents are welcome to join us on National Tree Day to partake in activities, enjoy a sausage sizzle and chat to Wyndham City Council staff for advice on how to plant your free tree and general maintenance tips. There will be a variety of species to choose from, however stock will be limited so make sure you arrive early to avoid missing out.

Also make sure you check out the compost and worm farm displays by Council’s Waste Education team on the day.

Proof of Residency

Bring your ID (licence or rates notice) to ensure you can take a tree home.

Tree Species

Below is the list of tree species that we will be giving away:

  • Lemon (Citrus limon 'Eureka')
  • Bay Tree (Laurus nobilis)
  • Burgundy Willow Myrtle (Agonis flexuosa 'Burgundy')
  • Bottlebrush (Callistemon citrinus 'Kings Park Special')
  • Yellow Bloodwood (Corymbia eximia ‘Nana’)
  • Chinese Pistachio (Pistacia chinensis)
  • Gungurru (Eucalyptus caesia 'Silver Princess')
  • Werribee Blue Box (Eucalyptus baueriana subsp. Thalassina)
  • Jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosifolia)

Download - Free Tree Giveaway Information Booklet

Terms and Conditions

Free trees are available to Wyndham City Council (‘Council’) residents only. Residents must provide a form of identification that proves they are a resident of Council when picking up a tree. There is a limit of one tree per household.

Council makes its best endeavours to provide a healthy plant with average growth height but cannot make any guarantees concerning the tree health or any damage that may arise from planting or having the tree located on your property. Council strongly suggests that you carefully investigate where best to plant the tree to so that you minimise any risks to property or people both now and in the future. Council will not be liable for any damage caused by tree growth or tree roots.

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