This planting will help rebuild a resilient vegetation community along the creek line of Warners Bay North Creek. The vegetation structure along the banks of a creek line are critical to the health of that waterway and others downstream. We've donated 1,500 plants for this project!
This planting will look at supporting structural works on the creek and help secure future saltmarsh to provide breeding habitat for aquatic species. The area to be revegetated using the trees we've donated is approximately 1,920 square metres!
A number of trees on the western side of Wallsend Park are mature in age. This project will plant approximately 80 new successional park trees donated by Greater Bank to combat urban heat into the future.
The aim of this project is to work with landholders in the Luskintyre Landcare Group to regenerate the riparian zone of the Hunter River, create wildlife corridors and stepping stones to enhance biodiversity across the landscape. Greater Bank are donating 4,000 trees!
The Tamworth Planting Project will be located around the AELEC (Australian Equine Livestock Exchange Centre) and NICSE (Northern Inland Centre of Sporting Excellence) precinct. Greater Bank are donating 10,000 trees to these areas!
The project is for a one-hectare planting at the Bilambil Landcare site in Northern NSW. The site has very reliable water supply and adequate irrigation equipment to water the new trees – essential in these times of erratic rainfall. Greater Bank are donating 2,000 trees!
Regand Park revegetation project will see extensive localised endemic tree plantings undertaken throughout the site, to further improve the river corridor and foraging opportunities for native wildlife. Greater Bank are donating 2,000 trees!
Located between Hooka Creek and Lake Illawarra, Hooka Point is a popular recreational spot. The area contains an endangered ecological community of swamp oak forests and saltmarsh communities boarding on lawn areas. Greater Bank are donating 1,000 trees!
This planting project has enhanced the unique natural ambience and bushland areas within the Port Stephens Koala Sanctuary. Increased planting at the Sanctuary encourages the proper conservation and management of areas of natural vegetation that provide habitat for koalas. Greater Bank have donated 5,000 trees!