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.

We are right in the middle of tree planting season and community groups would love your support.

Purchase trees through Fifteen Trees for re-vegetation projects in Australia.


Recent Plantings

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Bendigo Funerals supports tree planting at Huntly (Vic).

Simon Mulqueen from Bendigo Funerals has once again supported our local native environment by purchasing 100 trees and (very important for survival rates) tree guards. The trees went to Nicole Howie from the Northern Bendigo Landcare Group and were planted at Huntly Pound with the help of local kindergarten children, parents, kinder staff and landcarers.

Nicole […]

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Fifteen Trees in Queensland

Students at Queensland’s Innisfail State College (a combined secondary school and TAFE) have been working hard over a number of years to improve the native area around their school. Many hours work has gone into the riverbank along the Johnstone River (which runs behind the school).  With earlier plantings helping to stabilize the riverbank, students […]

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Trees for Kalimna Park, Castlemaine (Vic)

Kalimna Park is a 175 h.a. bushland reserve on the north eastern side of Castlemaine.   Largely cleared of native vegetation by gold digging in the 1850’s, and areas of gold mining up until the 1920’s, the park has been the focus of the Friends of Kalimna Park for some twenty years. Areas of revegetation and […]

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Planting trees at Black Hill Primary School (Vic)

Dear Colleen,

We picked up our bare-rooted trees (from Avalon Nursery) during the final week of last term, and planted them straight away.  Our Environmental Monitors along with our teachers helped plant the trees. It was wonderful to receive such a generous donation for our school, and it will be great in the springtime to see […]

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Blue Mountain Eco Tours Supports Tree Planting

Queensland Innisfail State College (a combined secondary school and TAFE) have been working hard over a number of years to improve the area around their school and in particular the banks of the Johnstone River that runs behind the campus. Earlier plantings have helped stabilize the riverbank, and students are now encouraged to extend their […]

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