Rotary Club of Drysdale joined with the Friends of Point Richards Reserve and Community to plant over 800 trees and shrubs on National Tree Day in July 2018.
 
Rotarians and Friends of Rotary from the Rotary Club of Drysdale turned up on sunny Sunday morning with their tools of trade to plant trees. An introductory talk informed the planters of the value of trees for our environment and in particular for the small birds of the native foreshore reserve.
 
The task seemed overwhelming but it was completed in record time with lots of laughter. A bbq lunch was supplied followed by a bird watching walk and talk. A fun day for the tree planters.