About National Tree Day
National Tree Day and Schools Tree Day provide all Australians with an opportunity to do something positive for the environment and reconnect with nature, thanks to support from our longstanding major sponsor Toyota Australia. Hundreds of thousands of Australians planted over 1 million native trees, shrubs and grasses at more than 3300 Tree Day events in 2012. We work with councils, schools and community groups to make it all happen.
In 2013, National Tree Day will be on Sunday 28th July and Schools Tree Day will be on Friday 26th July, although events can be held on any date during the year.
Read some inspiring stories showcasing a variety of Organisations and their individual approaches to successful Tree Day events.
National Tree Day and Schools Tree Day combine to make Australia's biggest community tree-planting event. In 2013, National Tree Day will be held on Sunday 28th July, while Schools Tree Day will be on Friday 26th July.
National Tree Day aims to inspire, educate and recruit Australians to actively care for our unique land and create future generations of committed environmental custodians.
Planet Ark's research demonstrates the benefits of interaction with nature for children's health, wellbeing and development. Find out how...
This committee offers expert environmental and educational advice to help develop the Tree Day campaign.
The continued support of National Tree Day sponsor Toyota has ensured the ongoing success of National Tree Day.
Organisations and companies who provide ongoing support for Tree Day