Chatswood urban tree stroll (morning session)

An insightful walk to learn about trees and their maintenance in an urban environment.

Take a guided walk around Beauchamp Park and nearby streets to learn more about trees. Discover fascinating insights into the inner workings of trees, how to maintain them and what species to consider for your garden. Learn some of Chatswood's local tree species and appreciate the value they add to both private and public lands.

An easy walk and talk suitable for people who want to learn more about trees in our urban environment. Wear a hat, closed shoes and bring water.

Meet in Beauchamp Park near the corner of Nicolson and Darling Streets, Chatswood.

Note: Due to limited capacity, this event is reserved for Willoughby Council residents. If you aren't a resident, you can email to be added on the waitlist, and notified if last minute spots become available.

This event is organised as part of Willoughby Council’s ‘Canopy of Life’ Tree Festival 2024. For more info and to view the full program, visit the Festival webpage.


  • Wednesday, 12 June 2024 | 09:45 AM - 11:00 AM


Beauchamp Park, Cnr of Nicholson and Darling Streets, Chatswood, 2067, View Map

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