Trees In Newcastle is a proud community organisation established in 1989 working to improve biodiversity and vegetation cover in the Hunter.

A small group of enthusiastic gardeners got together in 1989, and decided to make the suburb of Adamstown a little greener. The act of propagating and planting trees was greater than the sum of its parts – and Trees In Newcastle was formed. 27 years later, we operate a local-provenance plant nursery, professional bush regeneration teams and various volunteer and environmental education projects. These activities are the core of our organisation, continuing the local grass-roots action that we started with.

Volunteers are the backbone of TIN, contributing amazing amounts of time, enthusiasm and knowledge. The social interactions we enjoy are almost as rewarding as the work itself!
Our volunteers are involved in:

  • Our Board and committees.
  • Our nursery.
  • Our Landcare team.
  • Projects and field days.


Follow us on instagram @_treesinnewcastle and on facebook /treesinnewcastle

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