Green your neighbourhood this winter
Published Tuesday, 23rd May 2023
The City of Wanneroo is calling on the local community to help green their neighbourhood as part of the annual winter planting program.
Wanneroo Mayor Linda Aitken said this year’s conservation calendar included a series of planting events happening across the City, from Koondoola to Quinns Rocks.
“Last year’s events saw an incredible 4,707 trees and more than 20,000 tube stock planted,” she said.
“Our annual winter planting program not only improves the look and feel of our parks and open spaces, but also helps to rehabilitate natural areas and improve biodiversity.
“They’re also great opportunity to get out, meet your neighbours and discover more about your local area.”
Thursday 22 June // 9am to 11am
Meet at the reserve on Rendell Way, Koondoola
Held in conjunction with Friends of Koondoola Bushland
Quinns Rocks Foreshore
Sunday 25 June // 9am to 11am
Meet on Ocean Drive, north of Quinns Road
Held in conjunction with the Quinns Rocks Environmental Group and Perth NRM
Voyager Park, Pearsall
Monday 3 July // 9am to 11am
Meet on Voyager Link, Pearsall
Held in conjunction with Friends of Voyager Park
Da Vinci Park, Tapping
Sunday 23 July: 9am to 11am
Meet on Da Vinci Drive, Tapping
Held in conjunction with Friends of Da Vinci Park
Events are family friendly, and morning tea will be provided. Please bring a water bottle and wear sturdy enclosed shoes. Registration for these events is essential.
For more information or to register for these events please contact the City’s Conservation team on 9405 5000 or email ConservationMaint@wanneroo.wa.gov.au.
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