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National Tree Day City of Maribyrnong

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by Taneesha Davis (subscribe)
Taneesha Davis is a writer and editor living on the Mornington Peninsula. Visit for more.
Plant a tree and save the planet
Saving the planet has never been so easy thanks to National Tree Day at the City of Maribyrnong. Get your gloves on and get a bit dirty to plant a tree and enjoy the great outdoors!

On July 28th, National Tree Day will once again be celebrated at Maribyrnong River, as the City of Maribyrnong ambitiously aims to plant 1000 trees alongside the riverbank. You can be one of these people making your mark on the planet, and plant a tree for this wonderful day out. Kids are very welcome to join in, too, as there will be face painting, along with a free wildlife show. For the parents and the rest of the adults, there will also be a free BBQ lunch for all volunteers, free coffee cart on-site, and of course water too if the planting gets a little exhausting!

This is a great day out for the whole family, that lets you have fun whilst lending a helping hand for the environment.

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Why? To save our planet by planting trees
When: July 28th, 10am - 1pm
Where: Maribyrnong River, near Cranwell Reserve
Cost: Free
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