New South Wales 2023


The fabulous Bungendore Woodworks is the place to go to admire and buy blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon) and other Acacia wood gifts for yourself, those you love and generations to come.


Wattle Day Walk with Mikla Lewis, OAM

Friday, 1 September 2023

Come for a wander amongst the wattles and learn about their unique role in the environment, the value production benefits gained by planting wattles on your property and their importance for wildlife.


Wattle Day High Tea at Nutcote

To celebrate Wattle Day and the arrival of Spring on 1 September we are offering special Wattle High Teas on Saturday 2 September and Sunday 3 September 2023.

Ticket prices include entry to the museum and a guided tour of the cottage. Bookings are essential.

Each High Tea includes a selection of freshly made finger sandwiches, two of our delicious homemade scones with jam and cream, sweet treats including a special wattle themed cupcake and your choice of our range of Queen Victoria teas. $60pp

Children can enjoy our special Wattle Day Tea. Menu includes a cheese sandwich, wattle themed cupcake, cookie and juice. Available for children under ten. $25pp

*Vegetarian and gluten free options available on request.


High Teas will be served on the undercover terrace between 11:30am and 1:30pm.
You can take a tour before or after High Tea depending on timing.

Georges River Council

(located in south-west Sydney)

Georges River Council's Wattle Day event offers a chance for residents to contribute to the preservation of the native wattle trees.

Date: Friday, September 1.

Time: 11am – 2pm.

Location: Oatley Park,1 Dame Mary Gilmore Road, Oatley. Meet at Oatley Park Avenue entrance.

Cost: Free, Bookings essential

For more information and to book, visit the Wattle Day event page.

Georges River Council is inviting the community to join the Bushcare team for an educational event focused on Wattle Day, hosted at Oatley Park on Friday 1 September 2023.

In addition to learning about these trees, attendees can also actively contribute by planting endemic wattle trees and other native shrub species found growing locally.

The Georges River Council Bushcare team will provide all necessary tools for the day. However, participants should bring their own gloves, hats, and water bottles. No prior experience is required.

Georges River mayor, Nick Katris said, “This event represents an exciting opportunity for our community to come together and celebrate the beauty and importance of our native Wattle trees.

“Participants will not only learn about these remarkable species but also play an active role in enhancing our local environment. We encourage everyone, regardless of their background, to participate for a memorable day of environmental education and hands-on involvement”.