Friends of Lake Claremont Ltd. Tree Day Site Details

Friends of Lake Claremont Ltd.

Come along and discover Lake Claremont, a Conservation Category Wetland and Bush Forever Site. Our planting project is part of a massive ongoing effort to revegetate the wetland and the surrounding bushland. The Friends of Lake Claremont (FOLC) are working closely with the Town of Claremont to help increase biodiversity around the Lake and provide habitat for a variety of insects, reptiles and birds. There are over 100 species of birds that live at or visit Lake Claremont. There has been a noticeable increase in the number of bush birds around the lake due to the restoration work, including the return of Variegated Fairy-wrens. The plantings will also help enhance Lake Claremont’s function as an important local ecological corridor between Herdsman Lake, Bold Park and the Swan River, which is also part of the larger wildlife link from Kings Park (the city) to the Indian Ocean.

Wildlife Corridors Native Animal Habitat Threatened Species Urban Renewal Rivers, Wetlands, Waterways


Sunday, 01 August 2021

9:00am to 11:30am


Lake Claremont


WA 6010


Site Organiser

Heidi Hardisty

RSVP Contact

Heidi Hardisty

0416 614 696

Suitable for Children


Accessible for Disabled



Meet at Lake Claremont parklands, Claremont along Alfred Road opposite Lisle Street.


All ages are welcome. Instructions, tools and gloves are supplied. Tea, refreshments and snacks will be served. Please wear closed-in shoes, long-sleeves, a hat and be prepared for rain. Book early to avoid disappointment. Only 30 places are available this year.


Gloves,Tools and equipment for planting,Drinking water,Snacks,Refreshments