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Below is a list of the events and celebrations occurring as part of National Eucalypt Day. We thank our partners for their support! Events are constantly loaded through February and March, so please keep checking back.

Know of an event but it is not listed here yet? Drop us an email at executive@eucalyptaustralia.org.au.

You can find out more on Twitter:  @EucalyptAus , #EucBeaut , #NationalEucalyptDay and on the Eucalypt Australia Facebook page

Searching for events for a past year?  Set the start date as the 1st of January of the year you are searching; the list will contain 25 records and then go to the bottom of the page and press next.

20 March 2024:  We have been having some challenges with the search functionality in the calendar and are working to resolve the issue.  In the meantime please find attached a list here for the events running until the end of May.  It will download as a word document which contains links back to the Eucalypt Australia website and the direct booking links for activities.

 

Building resilience in coastal white gum habitat – Orford (Tas)

Raspins Beach Conservation Reserve Orford

A local community initiative Coastal white gum, Eucalyptus viminalis forests are regarded as endangered habitats in Tasmania. They are also critical in supporting some of Australia’s most endangered birds including the swift parrot and the critically endangered 48-spotted pardalote, Pardalotus quadragintus.…

Free

River Red Gum restoration catch-up Sat March 23 (NSW)

Wollombi Brook

River Red Gum restoration catch-up  Broke Bulga Landcare and Hunter Local Land Services are hosting a catch-up at one of our River Red Gum restoration sites featured in a recent ABC landline story. Join us for morning tea and learn about what…

Free

WA Tree Festival (WA)

About the festival ​Trees are essential in a warming climate – they cool us down, provide habitat for wildlife and make our neighbourhoods look and feel better.  Although most local government areas are working hard to plant trees on streets…

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