Tree

Many trees within Wyndham are important to the community and have significant scientific, social, historic and amenity attributes. Council is developing a Significant Tree Register where trees of significance within Wyndham can be identified, assessed and afforded appropriate protection.

Nomination Map and Form

About the Significant Tree Register

The Significant Tree Register aims to celebrate and protect the unique and special trees across Wyndham. These trees are important to our community and beyond and are special landmarks in our landscape.

Through a public nomination process, trees have been identified for their significance based on the Natural Heritage Trust’s criteria of scientific, social, historical and amenity values. The Register contains an information on each significant tree, such as its type, size and history, and details of what makes it significant.  

This Register will ultimately support an application to protect these trees through Wyndham’s planning scheme. If planning controls are supported by the Victorian Government, a permit will be required to remove or carry out major works on any tree listed within this register.

This Register is intended to be a continually evolving entity. It will be updated to include additional significant tree features and to remove those that no longer exist within the landscape.

The Significant Tree Register is an action within Wyndham’s City Forest and Habitat Strategy.

Trees on Public Land

Council has conducted two nominations rounds for trees on public land. Every nominated tree was subject to an arboricultural and heritage assessment which resulted in over 160 trees being identified as significant trees and included on the register.

Further nominations of trees in the public round can be made during the private land nomination period.

Trees on Private Land – Nominations Open

Now that the initial public realm trees have been identified, Council is expanding nominations to include trees on private land. Significant trees on private land can now be nominated by filling in the online form via Council’s online map website.

The nomination period will be open from 1st April until 31st July 2020

Nominations Guide:

  • Any tree can be nominated by any person.
  • Click on the nomination map and click on the location of the tree. A nomination form will pop up.
  • A tree must be significant in one or more of the following categories (see below for further detail):
    • Scientific
    • Social
    • Historic
    • Amenity
  • Include as much information as possible about the tree.
  • Please indicate if you are/are not the property owner.
  • Trees on public land can also be nominated, please check the above map to check if a tree has already been nominated.  
  • Property owners will be contacted if a tree has been nominated on their land.
  • Every nominated tree will receive an arboricultural assessment which will include a tree management plan for any required maintenance.
  • Wyndham City Council will identify options to assist residents with managing trees that are included in the final Significant Tree Register.

Tree Significance Criteria

Trees can be significant for a number of reasons, including scientific, social, historic or aesthetic significance. The tree only needs to meet the benchmark for one of the following criteria to be included, however they may be nominated for more than one.

Scientific:

  • Horticultural or genetic value
  • Important source of seed or propagating stock
  • Particularly resistant to disease or exposure
  • Rarity of species or of a localised distribution;
  • Locally indigenous remnant vegetation;
  • Of exemplary size;
  • An exceptional example of the species;

Social:

  • Unique location;
  • Makes a significant contribution to landscape;
  • Has an association with the activities of Indigenous Australians;
  • Is an important landmark;
  • Has a spiritual or religious association;
  • Has a contemporary association with the community;

Historic:

  • Part of a historic park, garden or town;
  • Commemorative planting;
  • Associated with an important person, group or institution;

Amenity/Aesthetic:

  • A tree of high amenity value;
  • Exhibits curious growth form or unusual physical features;
  • Is an exceptional example of the species;
  • The nomination of trees for inclusion on the Significant Tree Register on a local level;

Next Steps

When the private land nomination period concludes, arboricultural and heritage assessments will be conducted on all newly nominated trees. Once complete, an application to amend the planning scheme will be submitted to the Minister for Planning. An update will be provided once the outcome is known.

For further information, please contact Andrew Fox on (03) 9742 0777 or email Treeplanning@wyndham.vic.gov.au.

Summary Listing of Significant Tree Register

Property AddressTree numberBotanical nameStatement of Significance
36 Autumn Fields Circuit, TARNEIT 30291Smolle var areiraThis tree is of historical significance on account of its connection to the Leakes Dairy.
21 St Michael Drive, TARNEIT 30292Smolle var areiraThe size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
10 Sussex Court, TARNEIT 30293Eucalyptus camaldulensisThe size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
7 Mickleton Grove, POINT COOK 30304Eucalyptus camaldulensisThe age and size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
19 Menzies Avenue, POINT COOK 30305Smolle var areiraThe trees are of local historical significance as the only tangible reminder of the Hughes farm, and the impact of Soldier Settlement in this part of Point Cook.
19 Menzies Avenue, POINT COOK 30306Smolle var areiraThe trees are of local historical significance as the only tangible reminder of the Hughes farm, and the impact of Soldier Settlement in this part of Point Cook.
19 Menzies Avenue, POINT COOK 30307Smolle var areiraThe trees are of local historical significance as the only tangible reminder of the Hughes farm, and the impact of Soldier Settlement in this part of Point Cook.
16 - 36 Guinane Avenue, HOPPERS CROSSING 30298Eucalyptus occidentalisThe size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
23 Yarrabee Drive, HOPPERS CROSSING 30299Corymbia citriodoraThe size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
134-140 Princes Highway, WERRIBEE 303010Corymbia citriodoraThe size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
Princes Highway, WERRIBEE 303011Eucalyptus cladocalyxThe size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
Princes Highway, WERRIBEE 303012Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis tree forms part of the Old Geelong Memorial Avenue planting that is historically significant for its association with environmental tree planting programs in the early 20th century.
Princes Highway, WERRIBEE 303013Hesperocyparis macrocarpaThis tree forms part of the Old Geelong Memorial Avenue planting that is historically significant for its association with environmental tree planting programs in the early 20th century.
2 Synnot Street, WERRIBEE 303014Ficus macrophyllaThe age and size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
2 Synnot Street, WERRIBEE 303015Ficus macrophyllaThe age and size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
2 Synnot Street, WERRIBEE 303016Ficus macrophyllaThe age and size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
12 Watton Street, WERRIBEE 303017Platanus x acerifoliaThe size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
92 Watton Street, WERRIBEE 303018Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance, that is part of regional vegetation linkages. This tree is integral to the establishment of a sustainable native landscape.
84 Watton Street, WERRIBEE 303019Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance, that is part of regional vegetation linkages. This tree is integral to the establishment of a sustainable native landscape.
177 Watton Street, WERRIBEE 303020Eucalyptus camaldulensisThe age and size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
220 Watton Street, WERRIBEE 303021Pinus canariensisThis tree forms part of a planting in Chirnside Park that is of historical significance as one of the rarest and oldest plantings in Werribee.
220 Watton Street, WERRIBEE 303022Araucaria bidwilliiThis tree forms part of a planting in Chirnside Park that is of historical significance as one of the rarest and oldest plantings in Werribee.
80 Watton Street, WERRIBEE 303023Smolle var areiraThe age and size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape. The curious growth form and unusual physical features further contributes to the surrounding landscape.
Princes Highway, WERRIBEE 303024Eucalyptus bauerianaThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance, that is part of regional vegetation linkages. This tree is integral to the establishment of a sustainable native landscape.
165 Riversdale Drive, TARNEIT 302925Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance, that is part of regional vegetation linkages. This tree is integral to the establishment of a sustainable native landscape.
165 Riversdale Drive, TARNEIT 302926Ulmus sp.The trees are of historical significance as evidence of the original settlement on the Werribee River, which provided a stopping place between Melbourne and Geelong at one of the natural fording points on the river.
165 Riversdale Drive, TARNEIT 302927Eucalyptus camaldulensisThe age and size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
165 Riversdale Drive, TARNEIT 302928Smolle var areiraThe Peppercorn trees are of historical significance due to their association with the Chaffey irrigation scheme.
165 Riversdale Drive, TARNEIT 302929Smolle var areiraThe Peppercorn trees are of historical significance due to their association with the Chaffey irrigation scheme.
165 Riversdale Drive, TARNEIT 302930Smolle var areiraThe Peppercorn trees are of historical significance due to their association with the Chaffey irrigation scheme.
165 Riversdale Drive, TARNEIT 302931Smolle var areiraThe Peppercorn trees are of historical significance due to their association with the Chaffey irrigation scheme.
5A De Garis Place, WERRIBEE 303032Pinus radiataThe tree is historically significant as a rare reminder of the former land uses and the attempted establishment of an irrigation collony.
390A McGrath Road, WYNDHAM VALE 302433Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance, that is part of regional vegetation linkages. This tree is integral to the establishment of a sustainable native landscape.
390A McGrath Road, WYNDHAM VALE 302434Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance, that is part of regional vegetation linkages. This tree is integral to the establishment of a sustainable native landscape.
31 Lollipop Drive, WYNDHAM VALE 302435Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance, that is part of regional vegetation linkages. This tree is integral to the establishment of a sustainable native landscape.
31 Lollipop Drive, WYNDHAM VALE 302436Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance, that is part of regional vegetation linkages. This tree is integral to the establishment of a sustainable native landscape.
Princes Highway, WERRIBEE 303037Eucalyptus cladocalyxThe age and size of this tree provides an important contribution to the immediate landscape.
2-20 River Street, LITTLE RIVER 321138Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance, that is part of regional vegetation linkages. This tree is integral to the establishment of a sustainable native landscape.
8 Flinders Street, LITTLE RIVER 321139Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance, that is part of regional vegetation linkages. This tree is integral to the establishment of a sustainable native landscape.
1200 Cobbledicks Ford Road, MOUNT COTTRELL 302440Eucalyptus bauerianaThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance, that is part of regional vegetation linkages. This tree is integral to the establishment of a sustainable native landscape.
1 Guyra Court
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
41Eucalyptus bauerianaThis is a large old indigenous tree with a very wide girth and full canopy. It is located on the banks of the Werribee River and dominates the landscape.
1 Guyra Court
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
42Ficus macrophyllaThis large old Moreton Bay Fig is of local significance, being a remnant of The Manor Werribee which was constructed in 1895 and burnt down in 1966. It is in good condition and stands prominently in the landscape.
Riverview Drive, WERRIBEE43Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large old remnant River Red Gum with gnarly branches indicating its age. It is
providing significant habitat to local fauna.
1 Conquest Drive
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
44Angophora floribundaThis is a large tree in good condition and prominent within the landscape. It is likely a remnant of the old dairy farm that previously occupied this land.
53-57 Kookaburra Avenue
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
45Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis indigenous River Red Gum is in good condition and has a large spreading crown, providing amenity value and attracting local birdlife
5A De Garis Place
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
46Eucalyptus pseudoglobulusThis is a large old indigenous specimen that provides significant habitat and food for local fauna
5A De Garis Place
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
47Pinus pineaThis is a large old Stone Pine that provides a significant contribution to the landscape and has an interesting branched habit.  It is a dominant feature and adds character to the landscape.
5A De Garis Place
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
48Eucalyptus camaldulensisA pair of  River Red Gums that add character and form to the local landscape. They are in good condition and together form one canopy.
165 Riversdale Drive
TARNEIT  VIC  3029
49Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis large old River Red Gum is in good condition and is providing a significant contribution to the amenity and habitat values of the landscape
165 Riversdale Drive
TARNEIT  VIC  3029
50Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis large old River Red Gum is providing a significant contribution to the amenity and habitat values of the landscape
165 Riversdale Drive
TARNEIT  VIC  3029
51Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large old remnant River Red Gum that contributes significantly to the habitat and aesthetic value of the landscape.
165 Riversdale Drive
TARNEIT  VIC  3029
52Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a very large old remnant River Red Gum that is contributing significantly to the habitat and amenity value of the landscape.
165 Riversdale Drive
TARNEIT  VIC  3029
53Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis group of large old River Red Gums forms and important corridor for habitat along the riverside.
Dohertys Road
TARNEIT  VIC  3029
54Quercus roburThis is a large Oak located on the road side in a prominent location.  It is thought to be a commemorative planting for the old Truganina Township.
1200 Cobbledicks Ford Road
MOUNT COTTRELL  VIC  3024
55Eucalyptus bauerianaThese 4 large rare remnant Werribee Blue Gums are locally indigenous and are providing significant habitat for local wildlife.
1200 Cobbledicks Ford Road
MOUNT COTTRELL  VIC  3024
56Eucalyptus bauerianaThis is a large remnant Werribee Blue Gum with a wide canopy and in good condition. it is locally indigenous and provides significant habitat for local wildlife.
1200 Cobbledicks Ford Road
MOUNT COTTRELL  VIC  3024
57Eucalyptus bauerianaThis is a old remnant tree with a massive girth and hollow trunk.  It is indigenous to the area and important for habitat and a food source for local wildlife.
165 Riversdale Drive
TARNEIT  VIC  3029
58Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large River Red Gum with a very wide canopy spread.  It dominates the surrounding landscape and adds character to the parkland.
1A Macquarie Drive
WYNDHAM VALE  VIC  3024
59Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis tree forms part of a long row of Sugar Gums lining Ballan Road.  They contribute to the aesthetics of the landscape and provide food and habitat for local wildlife.
1 Creekside Boulevard
MANOR LAKES  VIC  3024
60Eucalyptus camaldulensisThese two large River Red Gums provide amenity and habitat within the Lollipop Creek riverbed.  They are side spreading and dominant in the landscape.
1 Creekside Boulevard
MANOR LAKES  VIC  3024
61Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is an old River Red Gum which has developed interesting form following trunk failure.  It is a feature of the landscape and provides habitat for local wildlife
1 Creekside Boulevard
MANOR LAKES  VIC  3024
62Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis large River Red Gum is a good example of the species, providing significant landscape, amenity and habitat values
1 Creekside Boulevard
MANOR LAKES  VIC  3024
63Eucalyptus camaldulensisThese two large River Red Gums provide amenity and habitat within the Lollipop Creek riverbed.  They are side spreading and dominant in the landscape.
5 Bregman Esplanade
MANOR LAKES  VIC  3024
64Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis group of four large old River Red Gums are possibly remnant, and add considerable value to the landscape and habitat values of the area
151 Manor Lakes Boulevard
MANOR LAKES  VIC  3024
65Eucalyptus camaldulensisThese two old River Red Gums are located on the banks of Lollipop creek and offer significant habitat and amenity values
151 Manor Lakes Boulevard
MANOR LAKES  VIC  3024
66Eucalyptus camaldulensisThese two old River Red Gums are located on the banks of Lollipop creek and offer significant habitat and amenity values
120 McGrath Road
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
67Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis large, widely branched River Red Gum dominates the landscape.  It is in good condition and can be seen from afar.
Werribee Street South
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
68Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large tree in an urban context that dominates the surrounding landscape
Werribee Street South
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
69Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large tree in an urban context in good condition
Shop 2/102 Watton Street, WERRIBEE70Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large tree in an urban context that dominates the surrounding landscape
90 Watton Street
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
71Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large specimen in good condition, particularly in context with its built surrounds
90 Watton Street
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
72Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis large River Red Gum has a large trunk cavity and gnarly branches typical of the species in its old age
90 Watton Street
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
73Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis large old River Red Gum has a spreading crown and is in good condition for the urban environment
54 Comben Drive
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
74Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis tree is a large example of the species, is likely to be remnant and provides significant habitat for local wildlife
Werribee Street South
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
75Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis tree is a large example of the species, is likely to be remnant and provides substantial habitat
106 Watton Street
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
76Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large specimen in good condition.  It has a symmetrical crown, good vigour and is a dominant feature of the local landscape.
Werribee Street South
WERRIBEE  VIC  3032
77Eucalyptus camaldulensisA large specimen located on the banks of the Werribee River.  It has numerous hollows and provides significant habitat for local wildlife.
114 Watton Street, WERRIBEE78Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis large old River Red Gum is providing amenity and habitat to the local area
Werribee Street South, WERRIBEE79Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large River Red Gum perched on the banks of the Werribee River. It is in good condition and adds character to the local landscape.
53 Cherry Street
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
80Phoenix canariensisThis is a large tree in an urban context that dominates the surrounding landscape.  It adds character and aesthetic value to the landscape and is listed on the National Trust Register for significant trees.
Werribee Street South
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
81Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large River Red Gum perched on the banks of the Werribee River. It is in good condition and adds character to the local landscape.
Riverview Drive
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
82Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large tree located on the edge of the Werribee River.  It has a large trunk and wide canopy and provides significant habitat for local wildlife.
40 Tindale Boulevard
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
83Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis large old River Red Gum has gnarly branches which indicates its old age. It is the largest tree in the vicinity and a striking feature of this newly developed urban landscape.
85-95 Walls Road
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
84Pinus halepensisThis tree is of significant origin grown from Gallopoli Lone Pine seed
7 Searle Court
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
85Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis very large old remnant River Red Gum is a great example of the species and is showing the twisted branch growth which is representative of its age.
Purcell Court
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
86Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis River Red Gum is perched on the banks of the Werribee River. It is possibly remnant and provides substantial habitat.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
87Plagianthus betulinusThis is a specimen from New Zealand and rarely grown in Melbourne. It contributes greatly to the botanical nature of the historical Werribee Mansion Gardens. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
88Corymbia citriodoraThis large, old majestic specimen stands prominently in the grounds of Werribee Mansion Gardens.  It is an outstanding specimen with good form and vigour. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
89Hesperocyparis macrocarpa 'Pendula'This weeping form of Cypress tree is rarely seen to this size.  It hangs majestically and adds aesthetic value to the surrounding landscape. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
90Cupressus macrocarpa 'Horizontalis Aurea'An attractive specimen located in the historical Werribee Mansion Gardens.  It has good form and adds character to the landscape. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
91Phytolacca dioicaA South American specimen rarely seen in Melbourne. An old specimen with a very large trunk and spreading canopy. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
92Araucaria bidwilliiAn outstanding specimen of exemplary size. It has a massive trunk and magnificent canopy and dominates the landscape.  This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
93Pinus canariensisThis is a very large tree with good vigour. It is listed on the National Trust Register and adds character to the Werribee Mansion Gardens.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
94Cassine croceaAn African Holly tree which is rarely seen grown in Melbourne. It overhangs a path in the Werribee Mansion Gardens and provides aesthetic value and character to the landscape. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
95Cupressus cashmerianaThis is a large tree in excellent condition and it is an outstanding example of the species.  Located within the Werribee Mansion Gardens, it is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
96Quercus bicolorAn old, wide spreading Oak with a large trunk and massive scaffold branches.  Over extended branches are supported by posts.  It is a dominant feature of the lawn at the Werribee Mansion Gardens. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
97Ulmus minor 'Variegata'A large tree dominant in the landscape and adds character and charm. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
98Hesperocyparis macrocarpa 'Pendula'This is a large tree with a wide spreading canopy. It is an attractive specimen of exemplary size and listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
99Pinus canariensisThis is a magnificent specimen in excellent condition. It has an unusual form with large scaffold branches growing along the ground. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
100Lagunaria patersoniaA large tree located at the back of the Werribee Mansion Gardens.  It has a large trunk and full canopy.  This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
101Pinus halepensisA tall specimen of exemplary size. It towers over nearby vegetation and is dominant in the landscape. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
308 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
102Hesperocyparis macrocarpa 'Pendula'A pair of old Cypress trees located at the entrance to Werribee Zoo.  They are majestic in appearance and add character to the landscape. These trees are listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
103Ficus macrophyllaA massive tree of exemplary size for all parameters.  It has a 32m spread, is in good condition and form, and is an exceptional example of the species. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
104Lagunaria patersoniaA pair of Norfolk Island Pines that are dominant within their immediate landscape.  These trees are listed on the National Trust Register.
304 K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
105Eucalyptus bauerianaA large indigenous remnant specimen in good condition.  It has a sprawling habit and adds character to the local landscape. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
385A K Road
WERRIBEE SOUTH  VIC  3030
106Pinus pineaAn exotic specimen planted by Thomas Chirnside's nephew around 1870.  It has good form and a wide spreading canopy and is dominant in the landscape. This tree is listed on the National Trust Register.
Campbells Cove107Hesperocyparis macrocarpaA medium to large Cypress tree growing in harsh conditions.  It is the only canopy tree around and contributes significantly to the surrounding landscape. It is likely to be an old specimen.
54 Comben Drive
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
108Eucalyptus camaldulensisAn indigenous and remnant tree in parkland close to the centre of Werribee. This specimen is in good condition for its age and adds character to the landscape.
54 Comben Drive
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
109Eucalyptus camaldulensisAn indigenous tree, likely to be remnant, in parkland close to the centre of Werribee. This specimen is in good condition for its age and adds character to the landscape.
54 Comben Drive
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
110Eucalyptus camaldulensisAn indigenous tree, likely to be remnant, in parkland close to the centre of Werribee. This specimen is in good condition for its age and adds character to the landscape.
54 Comben Drive
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
111Eucalyptus camaldulensisAn indigenous and remnant tree located on the banks of the Werribee River. This specimen is in good condition for its age and its gnarled branches adds character to the landscape.
Riverview Drive
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
112Eucalyptus camaldulensisAn indigenous and remnant tree located on the banks of the Werribee River. This specimen is in good condition for its age and adds character to the landscape.
45 Princes Highway
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
113Corymbia ficifoliaThis is a fine example of a specimen tree in good condition.  It is located in a prominent position and adds character to the landscape.
45 Princes Highway
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
114Cupressus arizonica 'Aurea'A row of semi-mature trees planted in 2006 to commemorate 40th anniversary Battle of Long Tan by Vietnam Veterans.
81 Princes Highway
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
115Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis tall specimen was planted in 1928 by His Excellency, The Governor of Victoria as the first official tree in the Werribee section of the Calder Memorial Avenue.
Purcell Court, WERRIBEE116Eucalyptus camaldulensisA large remnant River Reg Gum located on the edge of the Werribee River.  It has a wide spreading canopy and provides habitat and food for local wildlife.
Purcell Court, WERRIBEE117Eucalyptus baueriana subsp thalassinaThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance. It has a wide spreading canopy and provides significant habitat and food for local wildlife.
Purcell Court
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
118Eucalyptus baueriana subsp thalassinaThis is an indigenous tree of local provenance with a wide canopy and large trunk.  It is close to the path and adds character and aesthetic value to the landscape.
Purcell Court
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
119Eucalyptus camaldulensisA large indigenous specimen with numerous hollows providing significant habitat for local wildlife. It is located on the edge of Bungeys waterhole in a prominent location and adds character to the landscape.
345 Kirks Bridge Road LITTLE RIVER VIC 3211120Allocasuarina verticillataThis is a medium sized indigenous remnant specimen located on a country roadside.
11 Duncans Road
WERRIBEE VIC 3030
121Brachychiton populneusLast remaining Kurrajong trees planted in central Werribee as part of a cenotaph in the 1940's. Originally planted on both sides of the street, only 4 originals remain.
45 Princes Highway
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
122Corymbia maculataA large Spotted Gum planted as part of the original Avenue of Honour in 1918.  It is a tall specimen  in good condition located outside the Civic Centre.
134-140 Princes
Highway WERRIBEE VIC 3030
123Corymbia citriodoraThis is a large tree in a prominent location which adds character to the landscape.  It is in good condition and is highly visible from afar.
Chirnside Park WERRIBEE VIC 3030124Pinus halepensisThis large Pine stands proud at the entrance to Chirnside Park.  It is thought to be one of the plantings gifted by Ferdinand von Mueller in 1867.
Chirnside Park WERRIBEE VIC 3030125Araucaria cunninghamiiThis large Hoop Pine is one of the 19th century plantings gifted by Ferdinand Von Mueller in 1867 or from plans prepared by William Guilfoyle in 1878. It is a large specimen and can be seen from afar.
Chirnside Park WERRIBEE VIC 3030126Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis large River Red Gum is in fair condition and provides aesthetic value to the surrounding landscape. It is one of the 19th century plantings gifted by Ferdinand Von Mueller in 1867 or from plans prepared by William Guilfoyle in 1878
Chirnside Park WERRIBEE VIC 3030127Eucalyptus globulusThis very tall specimen provides valuable habitat and towers above surrounding vegetation.  It is one of the 19th century plantings gifted by Ferdinand Von Mueller in 1867 or from plans prepared by William Guilfoyle in 1878
Chirnside Park WERRIBEE VIC 3030128Pinus canariensisThis large specimen has early historic importance, being one of the 19th century plantingseither  gifted by Ferdinand Von Mueller in 1867 or planted from plans prepared by William Guilfoyle in 1878
Chirnside Park WERRIBEE VIC 3030129Pinus canariensisThis large specimen has early historic importance, being one of the 19th century plantingseither  gifted by Ferdinand Von Mueller in 1867 or planted from plans prepared by William Guilfoyle in 1878
Chirnside Park WERRIBEE VIC 3030130Araucaria bidwilliiThis large specimen has early historic importance, being one of the 19th century plantingseither  gifted by Ferdinand Von Mueller in 1867 or planted from plans prepared by William Guilfoyle in 1878
Chirnside Park WERRIBEE VIC 3030131Pinus halepensisThis large specimen has early historic importance, being one of the 19th century plantings either gifted by Ferdinand Von Mueller in 1867 or planted from plans prepared by William Guilfoyle in 1878
Chirnside Park WERRIBEE VIC 3030132Pinus halepensisThis specimen has early historic importance, being one of the 19th century plantings either gifted by Ferdinand Von Mueller in 1867 or planted from plans prepared by William Guilfoyle in 1878
53-57 Kookaburra Avenue
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
133Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large River Red Gum with a spreadng crown in good condition. It provides habitat and food for local fauna.
6 Scotsburn Grove WERRIBEE VIC 3030134Corymbia citriodoraThis large Lemon Scented Gum is an outstanding example of the species in good condition.  It dominates the surrounding urban landscape and can be seen from afar.
1 Conquest Drive WERRIBEE VIC 3030135Cussonia spicataThis is a rare specimen and not commonly found in suburban Melbourne.
1 Guyra Court WERRIBEE VIC 3030136Elaeodendron croceumThis specimen is of local significance, being a remnant of The Manor Werribee which was constructed in 1895 and burnt down in 1966.
2 Guyra Court WERRIBEE VIC 3030137Elaeodendron croceumThis specimen is of local significance, being a remnant of The Manor Werribee which was constructed in 1895 and burnt down in 1966.
31 Lollipop Drive
WYNDHAM VALE  VIC  3024
138Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a large old River Red Gum provides that significant character and amenity value to the surrounding landscape
3-39 Oaktree Avenue WYNDHAM VALE VIC 3024139Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis group of two River Red Gums are characteristic of the species, with gnarled branches and wide canopies.  These are aesthetically attractive trees lining the Lollipop Creek Reserve
3-39 Oaktree Avenue WYNDHAM VALE VIC 3024140Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis large River Red Gum enhances the landscape and provides significant habitat and food for local fauna.  It is an attractive specimen with a wide canopy and can be seen from afar
3-39 Oaktree Avenue WYNDHAM VALE VIC 3024141Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis River Red Gum is small in height but has a large trunk diameter and adds character to the landscape.  Together with the other River Red Gums along Lollipop Creek it adds character and grandeur to the area.
31 Lollipop Drive WYNDHAM VALE VIC 3024142Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis River Red Gum lining Lollipop Creek provides habitat and food for local fauna.  It is an old specimen with gnarled branches and adds character to the landscape.
31 Lollipop Drive WYNDHAM VALE VIC 3024143Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis is a group of River Red Gums lining the Lollipop Creek.  Together they add character and form to the landscape.
99 Princes Highway WERRIBEE VIC 3030144Eucalyptus cladocalyxPart of the original Avenue of Honour which included plantings prior to 1940, this is a large tree that stands dominant in the landscape on a busy stretch of the Prinicess Highway.
93 Princes Highway WERRIBEE VIC 3030145Corymbia citriodoraThis is a large specimen in a prominent location.  It has a large canopy and adds character to the local landscape.
Point Cook Homestead Road
POINT COOK  VIC  3030
146Ficus caricaThis tree is on the National Trust of Victoria Significant Tree Register. It is a large
specimen with a relatively large canopy spread to height ratio. There are few known
specimens of this size in cultivation in Victoria.
220C Watton Street
WERRIBEE  VIC  3030
147Eucalyptus camaldulensisThis large River Red Gum is an outstanding example of the species in a prominent
location. It has a widespreading crown and is in good condition considering its built
surrounds.
81-87 Old Geelong Road HOPPERS CROSSING VIC 3029148Eucalyptus cladocalyx x 6This row of 6 Sugar Gums are remnants of the original Calder Memorial plantings which took place between 1930-1950. They are located in a prominent position and add character and form to the local landscape
50A Old Geelong Road HOPPERS CROSSING VIC 3029149Eucalyptus cladocalyx x 3This row of 3 Sugar Gums are remnants of the original Calder Memorial plantings which took place between 1930-1950. They are located in a prominent position and add character and form to the local landscape
110 Old Geelong Road HOPPERS CROSSING VIC 3029150Pinus halepensis x 4A row of 4 Aleppo Pines that are remnants of the original Calder Memorial plantings which took place between 1930-1950. They are located in a prominent position and add character and form to the local landscape
88 Old Geelong Road HOPPERS CROSSING VIC 3029151Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large Sugar Gum with a wide girth and spreading canopy.  It is part of the remnants from the original Calder Memorial plantings which took place between 1930-1950.
Princes Highway WERRIBEE VIC 3030152Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
1 Galvin Road WERRIBEE VIC 3030153Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
Princes Highway WERRIBEE 3030154Eucalyptus cladocalyxTwo large specimens and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
Princes Highway WERRIBEE 3030155Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
1 Galvin Road WERRIBEE VIC 3030156Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
1 Geelong Road WERRIBEE VIC 3030157Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
15 Pengelly Street WERRIBEE VIC 3030158Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis specimen is part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
15 Pengelly Street WERRIBEE VIC 3030159Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
13 Pengelly Street WERRIBEE VIC 3030160Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
13 Pengelly Street WERRIBEE VIC 3030161Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen in good condition.  It is part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
13 Pengelly Street WERRIBEE VIC 3030162Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis specimen is part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
13 Pengelly Street WERRIBEE VIC 3030163Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
11 Pengelly Street WERRIBEE VIC 3030164Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis specimen is part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
11 Pengelly Street WERRIBEE VIC 3030165Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis specimen is part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
6 Kirby Court WERRIBEE VIC 3030166Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis specimen is part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
5 Kirby Court WERRIBEE VIC 3030167Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
2 Geelong Road WERRIBEE VIC 3030168Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
2 Geelong Road WERRIBEE VIC 3030169Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
6 Geelong Road WERRIBEE VIC 3030170Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
12 Geelong Road WERRIBEE VIC 3030171Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen in good condition.  It is part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
2 Farm Road WERRIBEE VIC 3030172Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is a large specimen and part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
2 Farm Road WERRIBEE VIC 3030173Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis specimen is part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
2 Farm Road WERRIBEE VIC 3030174Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis is an outstanding example of the species in good condition.  It is part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
2 Farm Road WERRIBEE VIC 3030175Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis specimen is part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
16 Geelong Road WERRIBEE VIC 3030176Eucalyptus cladocalyxThis specimen is part of an original Avenue of Honour planted along the Princess Highway, west of the Werribee COB. The trees were thought to have been planted prior to the 1940's.
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