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National Tree Day
National Tree Day and Schools Tree Day combine to make Australia's biggest community tree-planting event. National Tree Day aims to inspire, educate and recruit Australians to actively care for our unique land and create future generations of committed environmental custodians.

National Tree Day is about caring for our own backyard and supporting our local biodiversity. There are a number of other environmental and social sustainability gains for planting trees in our own backyard including looking after our soils, water quality and creating new and improved habitat for native fauna and food sources for them as well.

In Singleton, more than 200 children participate in Schools Tree Day and on National Tree Day usually more than 50 local Scouts, Guides, Tidy Town group members and community members plant trees in a local Park every year.

2017 National Tree Day
Singleton’s National Tree Day is on Sunday 30 July from 9am til 12pm at Robinson Way, Singleton Heights
There is no need to register your attendance at the event but you will need to bring along some gloves, sturdy shoes and water to drink.
A free BBQ will follow for all participants.

Singleton Council
PO Box 314 Singleton NSW 2330
Ph: 02 6578 7290