World Environment Day on the Monaro – 1 June 2019

To celebrate World Environment Day, Greening Australia will be hosting a planting on
Saturday 1st June.

This coming World Environment Day we will be planting trees to address eucalyptus dieback on the Monaro.

Saturday 1st June 2019, 10am – 12:30pm, followed by a BBQ.

What to expect?
Distant vistas of snow-capped mountains, artwork by internationally-acclaimed artist Sharon Field and a warm welcome and hearty BBQ lunch provided by Cooma locals. The planting site is on a gentle slope and is very easy walking.

Please bring a hat, sunscreen, warm clothes, gardening gloves, sturdy boots/shoes and a water bottle.

Free bus departs:
8:00 am – City-West Bus Terminal (cnr Marcus Clarke St and Allsop St, Civic)
8:30 am – Calwell Shopping Centre (Webber Cres, Calwell)
Buses will return from the planting site to both locations by around 3pm – 3:30pm.

Full details will be provided, via email, once RSVP is received.


RSVP Essential: by 4pm, Wednesday 29th May.
Please register for this event via the following link Event RSVP link. Numbers are limited, so please register early to avoid disappointment.

Please contact our Canberra office if you have any further questions via email at [email protected] or by phone on 02 6253 3035.


This planting is supported by the NSW Environmental Trust and Officeworks

You don’t need any experience to attend a Greening Australia event. Instructions and tools are provided on site.

In the event of wet weather, please call 6253 3035. A message will be left on the answering machine if the event is called off.