Frankston City Council Tree Day Site Details

Frankston City Council

North Reserve is 15 hectares of former quarry land. This planting site is under rehabilitation and not currently accessible to the public. This year's National Tree Day site aims to establish pioneer plantings at the reserve to build and nourish the soil making it more habitable for other species to succeed. The plants selected for planting with be hardy, fast growing and densely planted (including for example coast tea-tree, Kangaroo apple and Boobialla). These plants will aid in building up the leaf litter and encouraging beneficial invertebrates that are essential for healthy soil. They will then make way for a second stage of planting with species that are more representative of remnant vegetation community. This site is surrounded by high quality vegetation that provides important habitat to species such as Swamp Skink, Southern Toadlet, Wallabies and Koalas.

Wildlife Corridors Native Animal Habitat Threatened Species


Sunday, 30 July 2023

10:00am to 12:00pm


315 North Road


VIC 3910


Site Organiser

Kris Paule

RSVP Contact

Kris Paule

1300 322 322

Suitable for Children


Accessible for Disabled



Entrance to the reserve is from Brilliante Circuit and the end of Delicia Street in Langwarrin. Street Parking available along Brilliante Circuit and Delicia Street, providing to not impact neighbouring residents - follow signage. Access will require walking across grass, may be muddy and slightly hilly. Unfortunately, wheelchairs access is not available.


Free BBQ to be provided. Please bring drinking water, suitable footwear/clothing for the weather and personal protective equipment, such as gloves (limited quantities of gloves supplied). Watering and planting equipment supplied. No Wheelchair access unfortunately.


,Tools and equipment for planting,Watering cans / buckets,Refreshments,BBQ


Sandra Egan
Sandra Egan
Deirdre Campbell
Sarah Weeks
Emma Scholes
Timothy Bramall
Elisabet Babio Fernandez
Kerry Rainer
Janet Wheeler
Paula Rivera