Mandurah Tree Advocates

 

                                                          Site firmly planted on 17July 2016 & like trees will continue to grow       

                                                                                                                                  

 Mandurah Environment and Heritage Group welcomes you to Mandurah Tree Advocates (MTA). 

We thank the providers of material to this website which are provided in good faith as a service to the

                                             community and acknowledge that it is not an endorsement of this website.

MTA encourages planting of trees and shrubs in urban locations e.g. street verges,parks,reserves and home gardens.

    Our preference is Western Australian species and their hybrids, which are havens for native birds to feed and shelter.     

                                                                 Call in,we will be at 3 & 4, free games for kids plus a lot about our local environment  

 

 

   Mandurah Environment and Heritage Group is run by a group of volunteers who care for our natural

and built heritage here in Western Australia.

                                        Membership is free.                                            

       To find out more or to register your interest, please contact us,or join us at one of our meetings

        held normally at 4.00 pm on second Monday of each month at Make Place 17/38 Mandurah Terrace (opposite Woolworths) Mandurah.

       To visit our facebok pages or to reach us by email please visit our Contact Us page   

                                                                                      

  On your visit please check out another of our project's

  Dudley Dolphin and the Dudley Dolphin Buddy Club 

                                                                                                                                                             

   Thanks 

                                                                                                                 

                                                    

                                         A report by the University of Western Australia,found that street trees increased median property prices by $16,000.