The Landcare Led Bushfire Recovery project has been supported by the Australian Government’s Bushfire Recovery Program for Wildlife and their Habitat.

The Growing Recovery project enables members of the Watershed Landcare community to receive up to 120 native tube stock and guards for free.

Eligibility criteria:
  • Open to current supporting members of Watershed Landcare, and;
  • You are required to be a rural landholder (not available for in-town blocks)


  • Your property has recently been directly affected by bushfire
  • This opportunity is open to the first 80 landholders only
  • Not sure what to plant? Check out our Revegetation guide for detailed information on what plants to plant and where
  • To view the list of species we usually grow, here’s our Species guide
  • Plants will be available for collection in Autumn 2022 (April)
  • When planning a revegetation project, it’s best to include a shrub to tree ratio of 3:1, make sure to plan for species adult size and plant large trees no closer than 10m apart.

If you need help with planning or have special requests for specific species we’d be happy to chat please get in touch.

If you are not eligible for this project, plants are available for
purchase or pre-order here

Please read carefully before placing your order below:
  • Orders should be made in lots of 40
    (The final number of plants in your cart must be 40, 80, or 120)
  • Species should be selected in lots of 5 with the exception of trees. e.g if you want a shrub type, order 5 or 10 or 20 etc. Trees such as eucalypts can be in smaller numbers, try to keep in lots of 5 where possible! Thanks
  • Add plants by clicking the ‘ADD’ button, if you want more than 10 of a species scroll down and enter the desired quantity into the order summary. Tree guards are added automatically.
  • You may not need 120 plants; only order what you need and what you can care for so the plants can be shared around for maximum impact.
  • If you require more than 120 plants or have any special requests, please get in contact with us at

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