Trees and conservation planting program

Council’s Trees and Conservation Plantings Program, entitling ratepayers to receive two tubestock plants per financial year.

The tubestock plants are grown by the Gympie and District Landcare and Cooloola City Farm. 

The plants available are native to the Gympie region and are adapted to local conditions. Planting local native species helps to increase biodiversity values in the region and provides food and habitat for our local fauna.

Take your rates notice to the Gympie and District Landcare Group Nursery, or Cooloola City Farm Nursery to collect your plants.
 

Free trees for Community Organisations

Council is reviewing its 'Free Trees for Community Organisations' initiative, which will be rebranded 'Plants for Playspace, Recreation and Pleasure'.

Watch this space for the changes coming in early 2018.