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Tree Guild WA Acknowledges the Support of Our Corporate Members

We encourage all members to support our sponsors. More »

Is Your Arborist Qualified

To check if your Arborist is qualified to work near and around power lines and will be eligible to participate in this joint promotion with Western Power please click here. More »

The TGWA & QAA

We are happy to announce the recently signed Memorandum of Understanding between the Tree Guild of Western Australia and The Queensland Arboricultural Association (QAA). More »

 

About Us

The Tree Guild of WA is an organisation of Tree contractors dedicated to improving the professionalism of the tree industry and educating the general public about proper tree care.

You can email us directly CLICK HERE!

The Tree Guild of W.A.
proudly announces the winners of the

Stihl WA Tree Climbing Championships 2015 held on Saturday 2 May and Sunday 3 May 2015.

1st Place – Luke Osborne
2nd Place – Riki Petersen
3rd Place – Spencer Clark
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Announcing the 2016 Australian
Tree Climbing ChampionshipsTM ATCC Event
to be held at Pinky Flat, 
Adelaide SA 5000 on the 30 & 31 May 2015

The entry forms and waiver for this event  can be obtained from the official (Click Here)
 Arborculture Australia Ltd website. 
Gear Check      Foyer L, Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace Adelaide, SA 5000 on the 29 May 2015 from 4pm to 8pm

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Arboriculture Australia™ National Conference,Workshops, Trade Exhibit & Australian Tree Climbing Championships™ 2016
Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide SA | Friday 29 May – Tuesday 2 June 2015
Click Here for 2015 Conference Registration
 
 
 
Giant Pine Scale Outbreak
Giant pine scale, an insect pest that feeds on the sap of pine, fir and spruce trees, was recently found in metropolitan Melbourne.The Department of Economic Development (DED) is conducting a program to control this pest and protect Australia’s $1 billion softwood plantation industry.In Melbourne, more than 500 trees infested with giant pine scale have been found, on both private and public land.Two restricted areas have been established around the sites where the pest has been detected.Please see the attached documents for further information about the infestation, locations and treatments being conducted. 
 
Click Here for the 2nd of April Update