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December 9, 2021

Renown as a garden suburb, Hunters Hill has increased it greenery as part of a State-funded planting project.

Fifty (50) mature trees have been planted in Riverglade Reserve along the shared pathway and new playground.

The project is part of the Greening Our City grant program that is proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Local Government NSW.

Trees planted include Melaleuca (Snow in Summer), Waterhousea (Weeping Lilly Pilly) and Lophostemon (Brush Box).

The Riverglade Reserve Plan of Management Landscape Concept Plan identified the need for increased tree canopy along the shared pathway and new playground to provide additional shade and habitat in the reserve.

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