Draft Urban Forest Strategy

This project has concluded. To learn more about the City's urban forest, visit the City of South Perth website.

The City of South Perth is known for its tree-lined streets, green spaces, iconic foreshore and bushland reserves. Our urban forest is made up of nearly 400 hectares of trees and shrubs on public and private properties throughout the City.

Over the last 30 years, canopy cover has increased by 20 per cent on public property and decreased by 20 per cent on private property.

Following a period of stakeholder and community consultation, the City of South Perth’s Urban Forest Strategy 2018-2023 was formally adopted at the Council Meeting on 31 July 2018.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the development of the Urban Forest Strategy.


The City of South Perth is known for its tree-lined streets, green spaces, iconic foreshore and bushland reserves. Our urban forest is made up of nearly 400 hectares of trees and shrubs on public and private properties throughout the City.

Over the last 30 years, canopy cover has increased by 20 per cent on public property and decreased by 20 per cent on private property.

Following a period of stakeholder and community consultation, the City of South Perth’s Urban Forest Strategy 2018-2023 was formally adopted at the Council Meeting on 31 July 2018.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the development of the Urban Forest Strategy.


  • The feedback period for the Draft Urban Forest Strategy has now closed.

    Feedback form

    Please provide your feedback by 5pm, Monday 28 August 2017.

    Please provide your feedback by 5pm, Monday 28 August 2017.

    This project has concluded. To learn more about the City's urban forest, visit the City of South Perth website.