Shire of Esperance National Tree Day Tree Day Site Details

Shire of Esperance National Tree Day

Revegetation activities have been underway at Lake Monjingup Reserve for over a decade, and this year the Shire of Esperance plans to plant an additional 1250 seedlings native to the area to contribute to the return of native trees, shrubs and sedges to this recreational area. This reserve is located in close proximity to Lake Monjingup, which is an excellent bird-watching site, and the surrounding swampland and banksia woodland vegetation provides habitat for local fauna and flora.

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


Sunday, 28 July 2024

8:30am to 2:00pm


Telegraph Road


WA 6450


Site Organiser

Julie Waters

RSVP Contact

Julie Waters


Suitable for Children


Accessible for Wheelchairs



Lake Monjingup Reserve is located on Telegraph Road, Monjingup, approximately 10 mins out of the regional town of Esperance. Follow the South Coast Highway to the Telegraph Road turn-off and follow the road south until the event signs direct traffic to Lake Monjingup Reserve.


Make sure you are wearing clothes that can get a little muddy! We advise our tree planters to wear long trousers, gumboots or other enclosed shoe with a good sole, a hat or beanie, and a sun-smart shirt. It may rain, so bring a rain jacket! The Shire is providing gloves and all planting tools. To save waste, please bring your own drinking water bottles, which you can refill at the planting site, and a reusable cup / travel mug to make use of the tea and coffee provided. There are toilets on-site. Esperance Toyota are very kindly providing a BBQ lunch again this year, so please come ready to plant heaps of trees and work up an appetite to enjoy the food these generous volunteers have cooked for us. Snacks, tea and coffee will be provided.


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