You can nominate vegetation on public or private land for inclusion on the register. Nominations are reviewed by an arborist twice a year. We will contact you to let you know the outcome.
To be eligible, the tree or area must meet 1 or more criteria:
- landscape: a tree or group of trees with outstanding aesthetic value or which frame or screen views, or act as a landmark;
- size: any tree of outstanding size in height, girth or canopy spread;
- age: any tree of an age that makes it old or venerable for its species variant;
- botanical: a tree which is rarely found in the wild or in cultivation;
- horticultural: any tree which is of outstanding horticultural or genetic value, and which could be an important stock for future propagation;
- historic: any tree with a specific historic or commemorative association;
- form: any tree with an outstanding, unusual, abnormal or curious growth form;
- remnant: any trees which survive from the pre-European era;
- habitat: a tree or group of trees with outstanding value as habitat or niche for native flora and fauna; or
- a tree which has associations with Indigenous Australian culture or heritage.
Nominate a tree(PDF, 162KB)