Collect your Free Native Plants from our pop-up stalls

In the September school holidays, we will have a number of pop-up stall locations to provide Brisbane residents with an opportunity to collect a free native plant.

Locations

Monday 20 September

11am-2pm – Queen Street Mall (outside the Wintergarden)

Wednesday 22 September

9am-5pm – Westfield Carindale (Ground Level, near Coles)

Thursday 23 September

9am-5pm – Westfield Carindale (Ground Level, near Coles)

Friday 24 September

4pm-9pm – King George Square (BrisStyle Twilight Market)

 

About Brisbane City Council’s Free Native Plants program

Brisbane City Council’s Free Native Plants program offers a range of plants to enable the community to cultivate a greener and more sustainable Brisbane. The native species provided through the program will help grow our city’s urban forest and support wildlife.

Council’s popular Free Native Plants program has been going for more than 40 years and is the longest running free plant program in Australia.

Council has given away more than 600,000 free native plants to residents and schools since 2005. All residents, including those living in townhouses and apartments, are eligible to two free plants each financial year. Schools and community groups can receive up to 50 plants each year.

Find out how to apply for your free native plants.