National Tree Day Sunday 30 July

National Tree DayTweed Shire Council is hosting the National Tree Day planting this year at Pat Smith Park, Dulguigan.

The site is located on Dungay Creek at the confluence of the Rous River, one the major tributaries of the Tweed River. We are aiming to restore riparian habitat and beautify the park.

Time: 9:00am to 1:00pm

Directions: If travelling from Murwillumbah along Tomewin Road, turn into Dulguigan Road before Dungay – Pat Smith Park is located on the right immediately after crossing Dungay Creek.

Suitable for Children: Yes     Accessible for disabled: Yes

Notes about the day for Volunteers:
Please bring some morning tea to share. Coffee and tea provided. Parking is available in the park.

The following will be provided: Gloves, Tools and equipment for planting, Watering cans / buckets, Drinking water, Snacks

RSVP to: Matthew Bloor on 02 6670 2580 or online at The National Tree Day website

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