Looking to reduce your carbon footprint by supporting tree planting in Australia?

You have found the right place!

With Fifteen Trees, you directly support our rural communities and the environment. The indigenous trees are sourced from independent native nurseries and planted out by school groups, environmental networks, landowners and Landcare throughout all states of Australia.

Each step we take, no matter how small, helps add up to a healthier planet.

Once your trees have been planted, you can view your trees and read the stories behind those who have planted them.

Winter has arrived and now is the best time to be planting trees.

Please consider buying some trees for a community group today!


Recent Plantings

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Diversified running a green(er) AWRE.

Diversified Communications have decided to make their next Australian Waste & Recycling Exhibition (AWRE) a light (carbon) footprint event by providing 100 trees to a community group for planting. Working with Fifteen Trees, trees were distributed to Manor Lakes Secondary College, Wyndham Vale, where the students planted the native trees on their school grounds.

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375 trees courtesy of Kings Cars

Peter King has been supporting Fifteen Trees pretty much from the ‘get go’. Peter purchases 15 trees for every Mitsubishi and Citroen car sold at his Ballarat car dealership. These trees are then distributed to community groups such as Landcare. Planting groups have been busy this month, and 375 of Peter’s trees were planted across […]

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Mature trees at Bungaree PS.

Maree and Brian Harrison from Harrison Funerals, have been supporting Fifteen Trees since 2010. In that time, they have helped plant 220 mature trees in public spaces including school grounds, community gardens and reserves.

Bungaree PS recently planted 10 mature trees courtesy of Maree and Brian’s generosity.

Principal Calvin Tromps writes ..

Hi Colleen, we planted our trees […]

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Hepburn PS plants trees.

Hi Colleen,
Please find attached some photos from our tree planting last Friday. The photo shows one of the teachers demonstrating how to plant the tube stock.

The children worked with their buddy and will be responsible for looking after their tree. We used Hamilton tree planters for the holes, watered them in with seasol and […]

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Five Mile Creek tree planting for G.J. Gardner.

G.J Gardner Homes have been supporting our native environment (through Fifteen Trees) since 2013 and to have helped plant 1000’s of trees across Victoria and Tasmania. Each office in the 2 states plant 15 trees for every new home built. This year, this will add up to over 7,000 trees for schools, landcare and various […]

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The Art of Climate Change.

May 18th, 2015|Comments Off on The Art of Climate Change.

Bike riding in the rain .. nothing could be more fun.

Unless, you can also throw in a ClimARTE festival.

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Time with …

March 23rd, 2015|3 Comments

I came across Pauline O’Shannessy-Dowling (aka POD) at an art exhibition held in the old Union Building in Ballarat. Straight away I was drawn into […]

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Green Graffiti.

February 28th, 2015|0 Comments

Poems with a green theme written illicitly on a wall  in a public place – love it.


I found this poem on the back of a […]

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