Members of our Tree Relocation team successfully moved the two tonne tree. It was relocated from the main lawn to make way for a new café which is being developed.
A Zoo spokesperson commented, “with the café construction expected to break ground this year, works like this will be undertaken to protect and enhance the Zoo’s iconic botanic estate – ensuring it continues to be an inner-city oasis.”
The site of the city’s first botanical garden, Perth Zoo is home to many rare and endangered trees. We have been called upon on numerous occasions to provide expertise in the careful curation of the Zoo’s tree population.
Chad Thompson (Head of Sales) commented. “We’re delighted to have been appointed once again by Perth Zoo for this important project. We understand fully that these types of projects carry with them, a lot of arboriculture and operational responsibility. We’re fortunate to have a highly experienced and well-respected team that are able to deliver on behalf of clients. We are looking forward to our continued projects at Perth Zoo as the Master Plan developments continue throughout this year”.
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