Skip to main content

Development Assessment

Click and Collect Free Tree Giveaway

Households in selected Local Government Areas are eligible for a free tree .

 As a part of the Greening our City Premier's Priority, you can now apply for free tree(s) via the NSW Planning Portal. The Premier’s Priority is to plant one million trees in Greater Sydney by 2022.

Planting one million trees will provide more shade, cleaner air and more beautiful places to live.

To reach the one million trees target we need individuals like you to play a part and plant trees in your own backyard. The Free Tree Giveaway makes trees from Bunnings available to the first 8,750 households in Greater Sydney to apply.

Am I eligible for a free tree(s)?

You are eligible if you answer yes to all of the following:

  • you have an address in one of the 33 local government areas (LGAs) in Greater Sydney
  • you have not applied for a free tree(s) since 1 July 2020.

What local government areas are eligible?

The 33 Greater Sydney Local Government Areas 

Bayside Lane Cove
Blacktown Liverpool
Blue Mountains Mosman
Burwood North Sydney
Camden Northern Beaches
Campbelltown Parramatta
Canada Bay Penrith
Canterbury-Bankstown                                                    Randwick
Cumberland Ryde
Fairfield Strathfield
Georges River Sutherland
Hawkesbury Sydney
Hornsby The Hills
Hunters Hill Waverly
Inner West Willoughby
Ku-Ring-Gai Wollondilly

How do I ‘Click and Collect’ a free tree(s)?

  1. Create a Planning Portal Account or log in with your MyServiceNSW details
  2. In the Planning Portal, click the blue box with three lines in top left hand corner. After this click on the plus sign and then ‘Free Tree Application’
  3. Complete the form including which tree(s) you want. Once submitted you will receive a confirmation email.
  4. Wait for Bunnings to let you know your tree(s) are ready to be collected

If you need assistance with your Free Tree application, please view the Quick Reference Guide.

Claim your Free Tree 

View the FAQs

image of man and boy planting a tree