Whitehorse City Council - Gardiners Creek Planting Tree Day Site Details

Whitehorse City Council - Gardiners Creek Planting

Please come and join Whitehorse City Council for National Tree Planting Day along Gardiners Creek Trail Reserve! We will be planting over 3,500 indigenous plants in the development of new conservation zones with the aim of increasing canopy cover and habitat connections through this important habitat corridor. We are also encouraging the community to get involved with our natural spaces and contribute to making a difference in the environment. If you enjoy participating in environmental volunteer activities we have many volunteer groups you could join! We will be starting at 10:00am with a BBQ around 12:00pm and some other entertainment too! Make sure you register, and if you have any questions please get in touch with us at enviro.volunteering@whitehorse.vic.gov.au

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


Sunday, 30 July 2023

10:00am to 1:00pm


Corner of Foch Street and Beaver Street

Box Hill South

VIC 3128



Site Organiser

Cassie Lukies

RSVP Contact

Cassie Lukies


Suitable for Children


Accessible for Disabled



Event will be run at Gardiners Creek Trail Reserve adjacent to the Box Hill Golf Course with entry and meeting point near the corner of Foch Street and Beaver Street in Box Hill South, there is street parking available - this may be limited. Please note: There are no toilets available on site so please plan accordingly (closest public toilet will be at the Box Hill Skatepark - located 1km from the planting site on the Corner of Canterbury and Middleborough Roads).


Bring along your gardening gloves and any tools that will be helpful. Please ensure you wear suitable clothing including supportive footwear. We will be having a BBQ with some drinking water available along with some other entertainment.


,Tools and equipment for planting,BBQ


Kerryn Jory
Shawn Gong
Kym Whiteoak