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.

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Recent Plantings

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Planting trees for Yogaville.

Each asana (yoga posture) has a beautiful shape,
grace and elegance that bestows power
and makes the practitioner as strong as a diamond
and at the same time as soft as a flower’ – BKS Iyengar

Bronwyn Rust, owner and founder of Yogaville contacted Fifteen Trees looking for a way to reduce the carbon footprint of […]

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Hayden Real Estate supports our tree planting.

Richard Hayden from Hayden Real Estate has been supporting the work of Fifteen Trees since 2013. Every year, we plant 30 trees to help reduce the carbon emissions from his 2 work vehicles.

This year, Richard’s trees were planted at Urquhart Park Primary School. Shiree Pilkinton is on the school council and heads up the ‘grounds […]

Trees planted for Inagawa visitors.

This month, the City of Ballarat and Pilkinton Productions hosted 11 visitors from Ballarat’s sister city of Inagawa (Japan). The students were billeted with families and joined in with their outings, chores and daily run-arounds.

As a gift to the hosts, Fifteen Trees has planted 11 trees at the Learmonth Community Gardens. One for every host […]

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Angus & Celeste helping out with native trees.

Design duo Keir Mac Donald and Asha Cato are based in the Dandenong Ranges, Victoria. From their studio they make the most beautiful ceramic jewellery, pots and home-wares.  Asha and Keir kick in for 75 trees every quarter and have been doing so for a number of years. If you haven’t seen their website Angus […]

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G.J Gardner Warrnambool supports tree planting.

Ross Morley, Managing Director of G. J. Gardner Homes (in partnership with Fifteen Trees) has been supporting our native environment since 2013. Offices in Victoria and Tasmania, support the planting of 15 trees for every new home built. This year, this will add up to over 7,000 trees for schools, landcare and various environmental groups.

Andrew […]

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