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National Tree Day

Sunday 7 Aug

12:00 am

11:59 pm

 – 

Australia/Sydney
Free

Observance

About this event

National Tree Day started in 1996 and has grown into Australia’s largest community tree-planting and nature care event.

It’s a call to action for all Australians to get their hands dirty and give back to the community. ​​​

While every day can be Tree Day, we dedicate celebration of Schools Tree Day and National Tree Day to the last Friday in July, and first Sunday in August respectively.

  • Conservations and Regeneration
  • Eco-Action
  • Conservation and Land Care
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