Plant with Us


We’d love you to join us and help green our City!  This year, we aim to create endless opportunities for you to get involved in planting trees and groundcovers across our City Come along, get your hands dirty and learn about the plants and why we’ve chosen them.

We’re hosting a series of events aimed at increasing native and indigenous vegetation in Randwick City. Book here

4 June
TIME8:30am - 10:30am
11 am - 1 pm
8:30am - 10:30am
11 am - 1 pm
8:30am - 10:30am
11 am - 1 pm
VENUECromwell  Park,
Heffron Park,
Heffron Park,

Request a tree

Our trees provide a range of environmental, cultural, psychological and financial benefits, which in turn affect our health and wellbeing.

Council’s Request a Tree form aims to encourage residents to request an appropriate tree for planting outside their own home on the nature strip or verge. This is a free Council service, however Council staff will need to visit and check that a new tree won't obstruct traffic views or impact under or above ground services (water and electricity).

Street Tree Planting Request Form

  1. Go to our street tree map
  2. Enter your address to see your recommended trees
  3. Make a list of what trees you'd like (a list of trees is also available in our Street Tree Masterplan PDF, 8942.64 KB)
  4. Complete the online form

For more details, please follow this link

Do you want a free tree?

Register your interest to receive updates on the NSW Department of Planning and Environment's next free tree giveaway programme.

Planting native trees in your garden or community provides numerous benefits, including food, colour, shade, and wildlife attraction. By registering your tree, you will also be assisting Sydney in meeting its goal of planting one million trees in Greater Sydney by the end of the year. This initiative is part of the NSW Government's Greening our City Premier's Priority, which aims to combat urban heat islands by increasing green cover throughout Greater Sydney. Make your tree count by registering it here - logging your tree will aid in tracking data across Greater Sydney suburbs, allowing us to create a more liveable future for all.

Last Updated: 15 May 2023
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