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We’re looking for Bayside’s significant trees

If you are the proud owner of a tree that is special for scientific, social, historic, or aesthetic value you are encouraged to register it to recognise its importance to Bayside’s urban forest.

Large important trees bring life, shade, oxygen and beauty and are highly valued by our community, which is why we want to protect them.

Property owner Dr Maree McCutheon is delighted her English Oak will be preserved for years to come due to its inclusion on the Significant Tree Register.

Nominating a tree is easy and free.

Council’s Significant Tree Management Policy does not restrict the owner of a significant tree from maintaining it.

Find out more on how to nominate your significant tree

Enormous oak tree with spreading canopy in a back garden

English Oak in Brighton

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