The Five Million Trees for Greater Sydney Grant supports local councils in Greater Sydney to enhance urban tree canopy by co-funding tree planting projects in public spaces such as streets, parks and plazas.
This is the first year that the grant program will run, and $6 million is available in 2018-19 to fund upcoming tree-planting projects. Funds are awarded to councils on a matched dollar-for-dollar basis.
The Office of Open Space and Parklands manages the Five Million Trees for Greater Sydney Grant and the New South Wales Government is committed to creating greener and healthier communities across Greater Sydney, a lasting legacy to pass onto the next generation.
Thirty-three Councils across the Greater Sydney Region (see below) are eligible to apply.
The Five Million Trees for Greater Sydney Grant is now closed.
The Five Million Trees for Greater Sydney Grants Program Guidelines for 2018-19 (PDF, 5.9MB) gives an overview of council’s application process and guidance for council applications.
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