Tree planting on the beach

During Council's pro-active tree maintenance program we audit each street to see where there are planting opportunities. This information is used to schedule planting in your area.

When we schedule any planting, we drop a leaflet in your letterbox to let you know planting is planned in your street.

Alternatively, if you would like to request for a tree to be planted outside your property you can register your request with Council's customer service area.  If successful, planting of this tree will be scheduled during the next available planting program.

Where we plant a tree, we appreciate your help looking after the tree by watering it once per week or twice per week in summer, especially when the tree is young.

National Tree Day 2024

Sunday 28 July 2024 10am – 2pm, North Narrabeen Beach Dune

Everyone is invited to help us revegetate this important wildlife corridor with native plants. Make Narrabeen a cooler, greener and more connected place for our community and wildlife. 

Please wear long pants, long sleeve shirt, sturdy shoes, gloves and a hat. Bring sunscreen and plenty of water.

Enquiries: Greener Communities 1300 434 434


North Narrabeen Beach Dune

Narrabeen NSW 2101

Other Community Tree Planting Events

Coming Soon: Tree Planting Days at Curl Curl and Mona Vale.

As part of the Greening our City program, 1000 trees will be planted at Curl Curl (off Griffin Road) and Mona Vale (along the Bicentennial Walkway, near South Mona Vale Headland).

The sites are currently being prepared.

Trees here will be planted in 2024 and 2025 and the community will be invited to participate.

Tree giveaway events

Northern Beaches Council hosts tree giveaway events to encourage residents to plant native trees - and also to maintain and increase our urban tree canopy.

However, Covid-19 has meant putting a hold on our giveaway days. Once the restrictions are lifted we will advertise the dates.

Backyard Habitat

You may also like to learn more about developing and maintaining a 'Backyard Habitat' where your backyard or balcony can be a habitat for our precious local wildlife.