Tree Replanting Consultation

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The loss of trees in Darwin during Cyclone Marcus has been significant. Over 10,000 trees fell on Council parks and open spaces.

This consultation was part of the work undertaken by the Tree Reestablishment Advisory Committee (TRAC) which was set up by Council to assist with the replanting in the aftermath of Cyclone Marcus.

The Committee is made up of experts from local industry and community. It assessed the cyclone resilience of the 200-plus tree species on Council land and the ‘Draft List of Trees’ was released for community consultation.

Thank you for all the feedback received, the Committee used the feedback to finalise their report to Council.

Tree Replanting Consultation Report

More information about the findings of TRAC and the preferred trees for Darwin can be found here

If you have any queries please contact: engage@darwin.nt.gov.au or 8930 0197

The loss of trees in Darwin during Cyclone Marcus has been significant. Over 10,000 trees fell on Council parks and open spaces.

This consultation was part of the work undertaken by the Tree Reestablishment Advisory Committee (TRAC) which was set up by Council to assist with the replanting in the aftermath of Cyclone Marcus.

The Committee is made up of experts from local industry and community. It assessed the cyclone resilience of the 200-plus tree species on Council land and the ‘Draft List of Trees’ was released for community consultation.

Thank you for all the feedback received, the Committee used the feedback to finalise their report to Council.

Tree Replanting Consultation Report

More information about the findings of TRAC and the preferred trees for Darwin can be found here

If you have any queries please contact: engage@darwin.nt.gov.au or 8930 0197

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