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We’ve been proudly community-run since 1989, with the individuals and organisations in our community contributing to our successes. Click the links below to learn more and get involved today!

Bushfire Recovery Program

Trees in Newcastle is pleased to announce that in June 2021 we were awarded a Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW) Community Conservation Grant to participate in the Bushfire Recovery Program Nurseries.

Our nursery at Kalaroo Road Redhead, adjacent to Belmont Wetlands State Park has been selected to supply free trees to assist eligible landholders and community groups affected by the severe bushfires to plant native trees to restore habitat.

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    7 days ago

    Trees In Newcastle
    We are delighted to introduce a new addition to our Nursery this Friday.Introducing Philotheca myoporoides, The Long-leaf Waxflower.This small shrub is an ideal complement to any garden, demonstrating adaptability to various soil types and thriving in both sunny and partially shaded environments. Its captivating star-shaped flowers bloom profusely along its graceful stems, creating a mesmerizing display.We will be open Friday from 9am - 1pmBe quick, because these pretties won't last long! 🌱🌸Photo www.anbg.gov.au/gnp/gnp1/philotheca-myoporoides.html ... See MoreSee Less
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    2 weeks ago

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    Come celebrate World Migratory Bird Day with Trees In Newcastle, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service & the Hunter Bird Observers Club (HBOC) by contributing to the restoration of significant Shorebird Habitat in the Hunter Wetlands NP. 📆 Saturday, May 11th ⏰ 1 pm – 5 pm 📍 Stockton Sandspit, Hunter Wetlands National Park Spot Shorebirds at their roost, followed by weed removal & general maintenance of Salt Marsh and surrounding habitat. Learn about our internationally protected local wetlands, migratory & residential Shorebirds, and the groups that help to conserve them. Spaces are limited, registration essential.Enquiries: please email community@treesinnewcastle.org.au Register: app.betterimpact.com/Volunteer/Schedule/OpportunityDetails?guid=a65353f1-7664-476b-a464-c5c54c02c... ... See MoreSee Less
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    2 weeks ago

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    Hunter Water invites the community to a planting day, to celebrate National Tree Day :Join Hunter Water for a community planting day near Grahamstown Dam! Through regeneration and restoration, help the flora and fauna that call the bush home, including local koalas and threatened species of bottle brush. 📆 Friday 24 May 2024, 10am-2pm📍 Grahamstown Dam (Off Richardson Road, Ferodale)They are setting out to plant over 1000 groundcovers, shrubs and trees to help: - improve koala habitat availability and connectivity - improve long-term viability of threatened bottle brush (Callistemon linearifolius) - promote native regeneration, suppression of weeds and restoration of pre-existing native vegetation. Join in for a free, family friendly day in the bush doing good for our community and environment, and see what a difference can be made together. Registration: www.hunterwater.com.au/.../community-planting-day This project has been assisted by the NSW Government through its Environmental Trust. ... See MoreSee Less
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