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What to Expect for 2023
Spaces for trees: Places for people
As this year’s theme suggests, by designing and building spaces for trees we’re simultaneously making cities and towns more liveable for people.
This focus is important as our country heats up and trees have the capacity to mitigate some of the impact this can have in our urban areas. There has never been a better time to think more about creating spaces for trees and provide places for people.
Treenet invites you to support your 24th National Street Tree Symposium. Widely acknowledged as Australia’s premier community urban forestry event, Treenet’s symposium will be held on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th September 2023 at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide.
Download a copy of the sponsorship prospectus, or get in touch if you have any questions!
Prof Stefan Arndt
Dr Dean Nicolle OAM
Catrina Luz Aniere
Dr Leonie Scriven
Penny & Clive Blazey AM
Dr Greg Moore OAM
The National Wine Centre will be hosting the Treenet Gala Dinner for 2023. Join friends and colleagues for a 3-course meal and drinks on Thursday evening. Dress is neat casual for this event.
Ticket purchases will be available with registration.
Post Symposium Tour
Join us for a tour on Saturday 9th September to visit Waite Arboretum and Currency Creek Arboretum. There will be a guided tour at each location, as well as opportunity to ask questions and get back to nature.
Includes transport, morning tea and lunch for a full day’s activity.
Waite Arboretum tour commencing 9am.
Currency Creek Eucalyptus Arboretum tour commencing 1pm.
Return to Adelaide by 5pm.
Photograph that tree!
Participation is limited to 12 Treenet members who will be randomly selected from symposium registrations.
The National Wine Centre
The National Wine Centre is located in the heart of Adelaide and provides an ideal venue for Treenet’s Symposium. It is also within walking distance to the Adelaide Botanic Garden where the Friday morning workshops will be held.
Adelaide Botanic Garden
The Adelaide Botanic Garden is right next door to the National Wine Centre in Adelaide and provides the perfect location to be out and about for workshops and demonstration activities.
It provides a diversity of plants from across Australia and the world, and is also home to the Santos Museum of Economic Botany.