The 18th National Street Tree Symposium
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During Day One of the 18th National Symposium Institutional Members only are invited to display any products or new initiatives, offering a unique opportunity to reach an interested audience.
As stall space is limited, best to book your spot early. Click on the link above to download the booking form.
Enquiries can be directed to Glenn on 0448 599 955 or email@example.com
If you provide consulting services or contracting services or are employed by managing authorities dedicated to the care and conservation of trees in our towns and cities to make them more liveable, or simply a pathological tree lover, then the TREENET National Symposium and field day are for you!
On the first Thursday and Friday in September every year, the TREENET National Street Tree Symposium is held in Adelaide.
NEW VENUE for Day One! Thursday 7th September will be at the Sanctuary Function Room, Adelaide Zoo – for formal presentation of papers;
Day Two, Friday 8th September has a series of practical workshops and interactive forums which once again this year, will be conducted at the Waite Arboretum.
The hottest urban forest topics of the decade are presented by Australia’s leading educators, researchers, and practitioners.
The program is planned to cater for the diverse interests of those attending and to encourage interaction and networking with the presenters and colleagues.
All the papers presented since our Inaugural Symposium in 2000 can be accessed by clicking here.
Due to popular demand, the TREENET post-Symposium Tour is on again!
Delegates & partners are invited to come along for a fabulous two-night social tour of the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu regions of South Australia.
Based in the coastal mecca of Victor Harbor, you’ll get to see and experience many interesting places, including culturally significant trees, Dean Nicolle’s Currency Creek Arboretum, project sites showcasing excellent approaches to street tree establishment and managing trees on development sites. Yes, there are fabulous wineries too!
Full details, costs and registration link will appear here shortly. Don’t miss out.
Places are limited and fully-paid bookings are essential.