Join the Community Celebration at the WA Tree Festival

Published on Wednesday, 27 March 2024 at 8:57:10 AM

The Town of Bassendean is pleased to announce our participation in the WA Tree Festival, a community celebration highlighting the importance of trees in our urban environment and beyond. Running from April to May 2024, the festival promises a diverse array of workshops, engaging activities, and opportunities for residents.

Trees play a crucial role in our ecosystem, offering a multitude of benefits that contribute to our health, environment, and quality of life. From cooling our homes and streets to providing habitat for wildlife, trees are essential for creating sustainable and vibrant communities. The WA Tree Festival aims to raise awareness of these benefits and inspire individuals to become stewards of the environment.

As part of the festival, residents can look forward to a range of exciting events and activities in the Town, including:

3 Apr Waterwise Verge Workshop
4 Apr Fauna Night Walk
8 Apr Fauna Nest Box Workshop
9 Apr The Lorax (PG) Screening
11 Apr Fauna Night Walk
17 Apr Waterwise Verge Rebate Program opens
20 Apr Djurandi Dreaming River Walk
27 Apr Bassendean Markets: ReMida Magical Tree Art, Plants to Residents
30 Apr Vouchers on sale for Plants to Residents Program
1 May Plants to Residents voucher sale at 48 Old Perth Rd
2 May ‘Things that Grow’ Storytime
5 May Plants to Residents Verge Workshop

 Residents interested in participating are encouraged to visit the Town’s WA Tree Festival webpage or call 9377 8095 for more information and to register. Don’t forget our community groups: to find out about their events, or other activities around Western Australia please visit the WA Tree Festival website.

 Participation in the WA Tree Festival is a testament to the Town of Bassendean's commitment to environmental sustainability and community engagement. By coming together to celebrate the beauty and importance of trees, we can make a positive impact on our surroundings and create a greener future for future generations.

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