Support Endangered Species and Local Communities Across Australia

Plant Trees, Make a Difference

Does your business want to contribute to a sustainable future?

By supporting the Tree Planting Fund, you can have a significant impact on the environment, local communities, and endangered species across Australia.

Your contribution will:

  • Help landcare volunteers plant trees on your behalf, creating habitats for endangered species and promoting thriving ecosystems.
  • Empower local communities to support land management and conservation efforts.
  • Show how your business is promoting sustainability and environmental stewardship.

Our Tree Planting Fund allows organisations of varying sizes fund impactful tree planting projects across the country. This is all while contributing to their sustainability and environmental goals.

Contributions can be from as little as $5,000* to as much as $50,000.

For example, a contribution of $10,000 could see more than 1,000 plants planted by a local Landcare group to help protect local endangered species including our iconic Koalas.


Ready to make a long-lasting impact?

Simply complete the short form below and we will be in touch.

The impact your funding could have!

MobileMuster, Konica Minolta and Essential Flavours are just a few of the businesses that have supported Landcare Australia’s Tree Planting Fund, and the critical work funded through it.

Did you know that the Regent Honeyeater is one of Australia’s rarest honeyeaters and listed as Critically Endangered?

The Regent Honeyeater Project is a group based in Victoria that has been working to improve the habitat for this bird and other species since 1996.

Through support from Landcare Australia’s tree planting fund, 2,000 trees, shrubs and groundcovers were planted to connect biodiverse areas from Humphries Hill to Boggy Bridge in the north-east of the State.

Providing them a place to thrive.

Regent honeyeater perched on a branch
Regent honeyeater perched on a branch

Over 2,000 native plants were planted in South Australia to help restore and improve the habitat and connectivity of the Nationally Endangered, Southern Brown Bandicoot.

The Sturt Upper Reaches Landcare Group planted these native plants to support a vegetation corridor to facilitate movement of these bandicoots between existing populations in Mark Oliphant Conservation Park and the Sturt River.

Protecting them from predators while improving the ecosystem around them.

*The minimum contribution to Landcare Australia’s tree planting pool program is just $5,000. If you would like to support the work of Landcare Australia with a smaller budget, you can easily make a donation here.


Bandicoot image: Royal Botanical Gardens Victoria

Regent Honeyeater image: Regent Honeyeater Project

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