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National Tree Day – Emerald, Capella, Tieri and Rubyvale

Sunday 30 July is National Tree Day, a day  to do something positive for your local environment and community and to reconnect with nature!

National Tree Day started in 1996 and since then more than 3.8 million people have planted 22.3 million trees and plants and it’s still growing.

Be part of the country’s largest community tree planting and nature-care event. Join thousands of community groups, sport clubs, faith groups and families, in making a difference to your community, fostering a love of nature and creating positive environmental change.

Central Highlands Regional Council is hosting events in Emerald, Capella and Tieri with another event being held in Rubyvale – get all the details below.

Come along and bring a hat. We’ll supply the gloves, tools, refreshments and (most importantly) trees!

  • Emerald – St. Brigid’s School on Gregory Highway
    Starting at 8.00 am sharp. Emerald Toyota will supply gloves, drinks and snags. BYO hat and sunscreen
    More info here
  • Emerald – Maranda Heights Estate Park
    Starting at 8.00 am sharp. Emerald Toyota will supply gloves, drinks and snags. BYO hat and sunscreen
    More info here
  • Rubyvale – Miners Common Museum Carpark on Rubyvale Road
    Hosted by Miners Common Museum, Arts & Cultural Centre Inc.
    Starting at 4.00 pm. Refreshments, gloves and tools supplied. BYO hat and sunscreen
    More info here
  • Capella (to be held on Saturday 19 August) – Next to Bridgeman Park Showgrounds
    Starting at 9.30 am. Refreshments, gloves and tools supplied. BYO hat and sunscreen
    More info here
  • Tieri (to be held on Friday 28 July) – Zig-zag Park, Malvern Avenue Oval 2 and Tieri Library
    Starting at 10.00 am. Refreshments, gloves and tools supplied. BYO hat and sunscreen
    More info here

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