Spring Farm (Camden Council)
Sunday 14 May
9am - 12 noon
Spring Farm Bushland Corridor, off Hampshire Boulevard, SpringFarm.
Bring: Covered shoes, hat, sunscreen, water bottle, and gardening gloves if you own them.
Catering: A lightlunch will be provided after the event.
Contact: Amelia Westhoff (Camden Council: Natural Resource Project Officer) 4645 5159
Special info: Site is wheelchair and pram accessible.
Cremorne (North Sydney Council)
Sunday 14 May
9am – 12noon
Brightmore Reserve, end of Young Street Cremorne
Gloves, plants and tools provided by North Sydney Council
100 Melbourne Street Oxley Park via Greening Australia
10am – 1pm
Parking on Melbourne Street
Participants are asked to wear long pants and long sleeved shirt,closed toe shoes, hats and BYO gloves and any personal requirements. Greening Australia staff will superviseplanting however parents or guardians must supervise children.
Greening Australia will provide plants, tools, materials and softdrinks.
For more information and to register please contact Rafiq Huq on firstname.lastname@example.org phone 9677 6200.
St Clair (Penrith City Council)
9am – 12noon
Dorothy Radford Reserve, Daniel Parade opposite Daniel Lane, St Clair.
Access from M4 Western Motorway, turn off is 1km via Mamre Road South, Banks Drive, St Clair Avenue and Rochford Street.
To ensure there are enough trees please register to reserve your trees by calling 02 47328088 or email email@example.com
Springfield Lakes (Ipswich)
This inaugural Trees for Mum event is being organised by Springfield Lakes Nature Care Inc.
253 Lakeside Avenue, Springfield Lakes (Cnr Lakeside Avenue &Jezabel Drive )
BBQ area near the fenced children’s playground
2pm – 3pm, Sunday 14 May, 2017
Registration is required to ensure trees available for all participants. The first 20 registrations will receive a free gift. www.eventbrite.com.au/e/mothers-day-tree-planting-tickets-33712135906
After the tree planting we would like to encourage everyone to stay for afternoon tea while we cut the special launch cake.
All equipment will be supplied but please bring a hat and wear appropriate shoes.
Please email Luise.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Ipswich City Council is again hosting a Trees for Mum event. Celebrate Mother’s Day by getting back to nature and planting a tree with your mum, or in her memory if she is no longer alive.
Mums will receive a free gift on the day and all are welcome to enjoy the park surrounds.
George Palmer Park - Sealy Street, Silkstone
9am – 11am, Sunday 14 May 2017
Please register at www.ipswich.qld.gov.au or email email@example.com
Seedlings will be handed out for Trees for Mum at the Mother’s Day Classic allowing members of the Stawell District to plant a tree in their own garden in memory of their mums.
For more information contact Veronica Monaghan on 5358 2535 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lake Earnshaw, behind Gilbert Gordon Oval
Vehicle access via Davy Street, Woodend.
Everyone is welcome – there is no charge and no need to book!
For more information please contact Angela on 0409 373 010 or email TreesForMumWoodend@gmail.com
Healesville (Mt Toolebwong & DistrictLandcare Group)
PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS ON SUNDAY 21 MAY the weekend after Mother’s Day
10am – 12noon
Join community and landcare volunteers to plant along Badger Creek, just upstream from Healesville Sanctuary.
BYO Gloves and wear shoes or boots.
Morning tea will be provided
Children must be accompanied by an adult. No dogs allowed.
RSVP to Karen at email@example.com
Warracknabeal (Yarrilinks Landcare)
Kellalac Oval, Henty Highway, 15km south of Warracknabeal.
Free brunch provided
Wear boots, gloves, hat and a smile!
Please register with Tim 0488662199 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Cliffs / Mildura (hosted by Landcare andMRCC)
9:30am – 12noon
JacarandaStreet, next to Nardoo Street
All plantsand equipment provided
Contact: email@example.com/ 0417 539 619
Can I host a Trees for Mum site?
Of course! Please read our Trees for Mum Project Kit for all the information you need to set up your own Trees for Mum event. Please remember it doesn't have to be a huge event - a planting with even 10 - 20 people still works very well!
If there are no planned Trees for Mum events in your neighbourhood, you can simply plant a native tree or flowers in your own garden. Visit your local garden centre to find your mum’s favourite native species or another variety suitable to your local conditions. Local councils may also be willing to provide trees and plants; please contact your local council to enquire.
You can visit our Facebook page for further details.