City of Sydney National Tree Day event Tree Day Site Details

City of Sydney National Tree Day event

We’re celebrating National Tree Day by planting underneath our trees. Understory is as crucial as canopy to make sure there is somewhere for animals to forage, to hide from predators, and to nest. We’ll be planting 5000 native grasses, herbs and wildflowers. Our native insects often have associations with particular grasses, so by planting these we can support our bees and butterflies, improve pollination services and bring in food for little birds. Sydney Park has seen a lot of different lives – from a forest of turpentine and ironbark trees, a kangaroo hunting ground, to brickmaking and municipal waste. Since becoming a regional park in 1991, the variety of plantings have made it now one of the most biodiverse places in the City.

Wildlife Corridors Native Animal Habitat Urban Renewal


Sunday, 28 July 2024

10:00am to 12:00pm


Sydney Park Road


NSW 2015


Site Organiser

City of Sydney Community Greening

RSVP Contact

Jen Beer

02 9265 9333

Suitable for Children


Accessible for Wheelchairs



Event site is near the skate park, enter from the car park on Sydney Park Road, opposite Mitchell Road


Our community planting will start at 10am and finish once everything is planted or by midday. This is a family-friendly event and parents must supervise their children at all times. We recommend using public transport as there’s limited parking in the area. Please wear enclosed shoes and dress sun safe. We recommend trousers, hats and long sleeves. Bring your own water bottle and gardening gloves if you have them.


Gloves,Tools and equipment for planting,Watering cans / buckets,Drinking water


Tina Nguyen
Val Lehmann-Monck
Ros Vaughan
Nathan Giang
Nathan Giang
F Scott