Bringing Back The Bush Program
Over the past five years, 20,000 Western Sydney School children have planted 100,000 trees within the Western Sydney Parklands as part of the 500 Schools Planting Program.
This year we’re 'Bringing Back the Bush' with a free schools tree planting and environmental education program!
Registrations for term 2 opening soon
The first round of our 2018 ‘Bringing Back the Bush’ school tree-planting program is fully booked. However, registrations for term 2 will open soon. Subscribe to our enews or follow us on social for updates.
Principals and teachers can register their students now. If you're a parent - let your child's school know! It’s easy to register for this fun, educational day in Western Sydney Parklands.
It’s also free and operated by experienced and qualified environmental educators.
Who can get involved?
This free program is open to primary and high school students with the aim of planting 20,000 native trees, shrubs, grasses and wildflowers across the Parklands.
Students in grade 4 - 12 are eligible, and each will walk away with:
- a hat
- a fridge magnet and
- a re-usable tote bag
Transport is also included at no cost.
Register your school today
Principals and teachers can register their school via our easy online form. Please note registrations for term 1 are fully booked.
Teachers! Here are some extra educational resources about the critically endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland which your students will be helping to restore within the Parklands, as well as the wildlife which makes the Parklands their home.