Gold Coast’s Biggest Tree Planting shifts focus to Robina for 2017

Gold Coast’s Biggest Tree Planting day is back for 2017 with a new location to boot.

The previous wetland restoration site at Country Paradise Parklands has reached completion. Wonderful news for the important wetland and for local volunteers working with Nerang River Keepers.

So organisers have set their sites on a new location.

Come 21 October, 10,000 trees will be established on the banks of Mudgeeraba Creek at Robina City Parklands, right next to Robina Stadium.

With so many trees needing to get in the ground, volunteers are essential! To sweeten the deal, as well as getting your hands dirty, there’ll be live music, street food, stalls, workshops and kids’ activities.

After three magnificent Biggest Tree Planting Days hosted by Nerang River Keepers at Country Paradise Parklands, the wetland revegetation project in Nerang has reached completion, so it’s time to break new earth!

A festival atmosphere, ten thousand trees, connecting with the local environment and helping restore natural landscapes. What’s not to like?

The one-day event is delivered by the Gold Coast Catchment Association (GCCA) with support from City of Gold Coast.

Get more events like this via the Gold Coast Catchment Association FB page.

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Gold Coast’s Biggest Tree Planting takes place 21 October.  Get all the details online and register now to be part of something big. The biggest on the Gold Coast, to be exact.


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