Native Tree Subsidy Program

Program running through June and July only

WA Farm Trees is working with the Shire of Northam to provide a selection of native trees and shrubs for land owners to plant on their property as part of the Shires native Tree Subsidy Program. This program has been developed to encourage residents to revegetate their properties to enhance and support biodiversity by improving the landscape quality. As the trees and shrub establish, residents taking advantage of this program will be able to enjoy the benefits of increased shade, reductions in ambient temperature whist providing food, shelter and corridor connections between vegetation pockets for native fauna.

During the months of June and July, the Shire of Northam is providing the residents of Northam the opportunity to purchase trays of native trees and shrubs from WA Farm Trees for the discounted price of $22 (50% OFF!!). Trays available at this price will be allocated based on property size as indicated in the table provided.


Area in Hectares

Area in Acres

Trees / Trays to be allocated

0.2ha (2000m2) up to 15ha

5 to 37.06 acres

64 trees (1 tray)

15.1ha up to 80ha

37.07 to 197.68 acres

128 trees (2 trays)

Over 80ha

Over 197.69 acres

192 trees (3 trays)

To take advantage of the tree planting subsidy, residents can either collect their voucher from the Shire of Northam’s Administration building or email their request to the shire, to receive their discounted native tree voucher prior to collection from WA Farm Trees. Email property requests will need to be sent to with the property owners name and address to verify property location. The Shire will assess the application and will return a voucher that will need to be presented at WA Farm Trees to get the discounted tube stock trays.

Selections available have taken into account a variety of species that are suitable for different soil types and species that can be grown to serve multiple purposes including hedges, windbreaks, shade, bird attracting, bee attracting, stock fodder, ornamental use and those that are salt tolerant.

Each tray holds 64 tube stock plants and residents will be able to select one species for each tray.

Limited trays of these varieties are available and have been allocated on a first come basis for purchase.

Residents taking advantage of this tree subsidy will need to be mindful of the species they select to ensure they are appropriate for the property size and that the trees at maturity are clear from impeding on neighbouring properties or existing services.


 WA Farm Trees

6AM Hill

6348 Great Eastern HWY


Opening times: 7 days a week 9am-3pm