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May 27, 2024

A bird’s eye view from St Davids Park

Hobart is full of beautiful old and historic trees and many of them can be found in our older parks and gardens. One such park, which is full of beautiful…
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May 6, 2024

The Chestnuts of Arthur Circus

Take any walking tour of Hobart and chances are you will find yourself in Battery Point wandering around Arthur Circus, a quaint little village green, surrounded by a circular row…
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February 1, 2024

Tulip trees in Gladstone Street

The four tulip trees we're planting in Gladstone Street in February are a bit too tall to tiptoe through, but in next to no time they will create a beautiful…
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September 18, 2023

New trees for St Andrews Park

Students from The Hutchins School discovered recently that planting trees is not just good for the planet, it’s good for the soul too. The students were joined our arborist team…
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September 18, 2023

Safeguarding the Holm Oak

St David's Cathedral is home to a beautiful and significant evergreen tree, a Quercus ilex. This tree is listed on the National Trust's Significant Tree Register and the page states…
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July 14, 2023

A new white gum for the rivulet

We couldn't have hoped for a more enthusiastic bunch of tree planters than the kids from South Hobart Primary School. These children helped us plant a strapping young white gum…
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June 28, 2023

New street trees for Rupert Avenue

Nine crepe myrtle trees have been planted on Rupert Avenue in Mount Stuart, as part of a community led response to greening their local street.
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June 22, 2023

Leaving a legacy

Staff from our Arboriculture & Nursery team have planted trees around the Lansdowne Crescent Primary School sports oval.
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June 22, 2023

Restoring the historic avenue

Late last year, the final tree in a commemorative avenue was planted at the Queens Walk Oval in New Town to commemorate the Queen’s Jubilee.