City ready to plant 18,000 Winter seedlings

City ready to plant 18,000 Winter seedlings

The City of Nedlands has taken delivery of a massive quantity of locally occurring  seedlings ready for planting throughout the City in June and July. The planting will take place with the help of local volunteer groups, the Friends of Allen Park, Hollywood Reserve and Shenton Bushland.

Acting CEO, Ed Herne, says the ongoing revegetation of the City’s bushland reserves is an integral part of an overall on-ground restoration program but the enormity of the task would be a challenge without the assistance of ‘Friends’ groups.

“These volunteer groups have been supporting and participating in the City’s environmental activities for over twenty years and make a significant contribution towards maintaining local reserves and bushland,” Mr Herne said.

If you would like to lend a hand please contact the following groups:

Friends of Allen Park

The Friends of Allen Park will be undertaking revegetation activities every Tuesday during June and July and holding planting events on Saturday 12 June and 3 July. Please contact Lesley on 0431 728 230 for more details. 

Friends of Hollywood Reserve

The Friends of Hollywood Reserve will be undertaking revegetation activities on Sunday 13 June and 11 July.  We meet at the main entrance near the junction of Karella Street and Boronia Avenue, Nedlands. Please contact Trish on 9386 4476 for more details. 

Friends of Shenton Bushland

The Friends of Shenton Bushland will be undertaking revegetation activities on Sunday 20 June.  This group also meets every Sunday from 8am – 10 am. Please contact Dani on 0420 334 601 for more details.


About the City of Nedlands 

The City of Nedlands is situated 7km from the Perth CBD and stretches from the banks of the Swan River to the white sands of the Indian Ocean. Covering the suburbs of Nedlands, Dalkeith, Mt Claremont, Swanbourne, Karrakatta and parts of Floreat and Shenton Park, the City of Nedlands is home to a population of approximately 22,000 residents.

For further information please contact or 9273 3500