Cumberland Tree Planting

We are planting trees around Cumberland

February 2022 update:

So far, more than 220 trees have been planted for the Cooler Corridor as part of the NSW Government's Five Million Trees program.


October 2021 notice:

More than 1200 trees will be planted across Cumberland City Council as part of the Cooler Corridor and Canopy for the Community projects.

The initiative will see the planting and maintenance of a variety of native trees in areas such as riparian corridors, parks and reserves in areas including Duck River, Prospect Creek and Pemulwuy over the coming months.

With the increase in heat across Western Sydney, we recognise the importance of creating a cooler and healthier environment for our residents.

The Cooler Corridor and Canopy for the Community projects will increase the existing canopy and provide additional shade and comfort in parks, bushland and community spaces.

Tree canopy in Cumberland areaCumberland City Council staff with saplings for tree planting day

There may be some disruption associated with this work including noise and vehicle movements. Every effort will be made to minimise impact on residents and businesses. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Find out more about our Greening Cumberland project on the Council website.


Tree Planting Locations


If you have any questions about this project, please contact:

Ahmed Mehio 
Landscape Architect
P: (02) 8757 9000 
E: Ahmed.Mehio@cumberland.nsw.gov.au 

 

Proudly funded by the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment’s Five Million Trees for Greater Sydney Grant in association with Cumberland City Council.