These trails are a celebration of the park trees, providing historical information and education on the many benefits of trees. Families can come and learn how trees cool our city and provide shade, habitat, and clean air to mitigate the effects of climate change. Access and print a tree trail brochure available on our website, or one can be collected from Mitcham Memorial library. The brochure will have maps of the tree trails, fun facts about trees, and puzzles to solve along the way. The tree trails will each have a code that will reveal a secret password once the trail is completed, granting participants entry into a prize draw (Prizes are native plants and saplings for winners to plant in their own backyard). Electronic and printed maps of the trail will be made available from the library, City of Mitcham website, and the Visit Mitcham application from the end of May. Tree tags and trail maps produced by Edge Environment.
Self-guided. The trails are mostly paved, however, some of the trees may be difficult to access via wheelchair.
Green Adelaide acknowledges the Kaurna people as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of the Adelaide region, upon which we have the privilege to work and connect. We acknowledge and respect the cultural, spiritual, physical and emotional connection that Kaurna Miyurna (Kaurna People) hold with their land, waters and community, and we pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. Green Adelaide will work in partnership with the First Peoples of South Australia to take a leading role in caring for their Country.