Have you ever thought of becoming friends with a tree?

In the time since colonisation, most of our grand old trees – some amongst the tallest in the world – have been destroyed.

In truth, there’s only a handful of them left in Victoria.

Even now, trees like the much-loved Ada Tree and the Kalatha Giant remain under threat.

Across Victoria, we’ve identified almost 40 large and significant trees that are located in logging coupes and may be logged any day! There are likely to be many more…

The current ‘protections’ for such trees include a tiny buffer zone of just 3 metres. This means that machinery and logging can occur within 3 metres of these amazing trees.

Will you help, will you become a friend of Victoria’s remaining large old trees with a special gift today?

Climate change, fire, roads, logging, firewood collection, and feral animals are all threats to our environment. Few of our grand old trees still stand majestic – but you can help save them.

Please help protect our last living giants by befriending Victoria’s remaining large old trees with a tax-deductible gift today.


How to donate:

  • Donate online using the form on this page
  • Phone the team on 03 9341 6500
  • Print out this form, fill it in and send it to:
    Victorian National Parks Association
    Level 3, 60 Leicester Street
    CARLTON VIC 3065

Donations over $2 are tax-deductible. ABN: 34 217 717 593

For assistance, please call us on 03 9341 6500 or email [email protected]

Thank you for your gift to nature.