Last year's event was a success with lots of people seeing for themselves the trees targeted for removal.  Many of the trees are veteran trees & iconic to Sydney.

Last year’s event was a success with lots of people seeing for themselves the trees targeted for removal. Many of the trees are veteran trees & iconic to Sydney & the wildlife depend on them.

One other wonderful thing you can do for tomorrow’s National Tree Day is a free Tree Walk to try & raise consciousness of the 400 trees that are to be removed for the South East Light Rail.  Many of these trees are iconic to Sydney & were large when I was just a kid.  It would be dreadful to lose them when slight changes to the route will allow the trees to be retained, as well as having the Light Rail.

The poster says – “Because the future should be leafy, but our urban trees and wildlife face many threats.  On Sunday July 26th, all are welcome to join this free community walk beside Randwick’s iconic, heritage trees between Centennial Park – 10am corner Alison Road and Anzac Parade and High Cross Park.

If walking is not for you, meet us at High Cross Park 11am to enjoy free face painting, animals, art and to add your leafy ideas to our Wishing Tree. Wear your best tree colours.”

For more information – www.keepingrandwickstrees.com

 

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