Tree Service Central Coast NSW

Sunday, February 16, 2014

About T&G – Tree Service Central Coast NSW William:  Okay, my name’s William Jones.  I’m a qualified arborist and I’m the owner of Tree and Garden Services.  So we provide mainly a tree pruning and tree maintenance services to residential and commercial properties mainly on the Central Coast.  We do… Read more »

Central Coast Council Undesirable Species List

Thursday, October 22, 2020

The removal of trees on this list are exempt from Central Coast Council approval however evidence of the species will need to be retained. See councils exempt works evidence form here. Photographic evidence including: Photo of tree (whole tree) Close up of bark, flowers, foliage, and fruit. (Fruit & flowers… Read more »

COVID-19 Business Continuity Plan

Monday, March 30, 2020

COVID-19 Business Continuity Policy Important Update: COVID-19 T&G Tree Service remains open and we have been actively monitoring Government and World Health Organisation (WHO) advice regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus). We want to take a calm and balanced approach, while implementing meaningful actions that prioritise the health and wellbeing of our people,… Read more »

What’s New this Spring?

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Council Tree Policy Updates Wyong Council has updated their tree policy to align with Gosford. What does this mean for your trees? Read More   T&G has a new drone We now have a smaller drone that allows us to access the internal tree canopy for easier aerial tree inspections…. Read more »

Aerial Tree Inspections

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Welcome to the new world of tree inspections. Get close up and personal with you tree via our new drone which allows fast and easy access to the canopy.   You’ll be surprised at what we find! Tree inspections using the drone start at just $99 – includes photos and… Read more »

Trees May Fall

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Be Tree Smart…. One still quiet and sunny day last week I was taking a walk with my kids along Reserve drive in Bateau Bay on the Central Coast NSW. We noticed a few people standing around a car in the distance. As we got closer (and looked up) we… Read more »


Thursday, March 15, 2018

As part of the Central Coast Council, Wyong Council has now bought it’s tree policy into alignment with that of Gosford Council. Previously most* trees were exempt for removal for residential properties in the Wyong Council area. This has now changed. Highlights: All trees will now require approval for tree… Read more »

Central Coast Council Tree Removal Policies

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Gosford and Wyong Councils have amalgamated, what will happen to their tree policies? Current Gosford Council Policy Simplified – Get Approval Unless* *Put simply, any tree over 3m tall needs approval for removal within the Gosford Council boundary. Exceptions: The tree is under 3m in height; The tree is within 3m… Read more »

Cocos Palms – an introduced species.

Friday, September 9, 2016

Cocos palms are an introduced species from South America. The tropical theme must have been all the rage back in the 1980’s as these trees are everywhere! Whilst they do look tropical they are also a nuisance to the urban environment. The crown of these palm trees are nesting sites… Read more »

Tree Removal Green Point NSW

Monday, January 11, 2016

Time lapse video of T&G Tree Services removing a tree in a confined space in Green Point on the Central Coast NSW. Thanks Jeremy for the work – and the video! Kind Regards, Will & the Team.  

Tree Fact #2 – Breathe Easy

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Tree Fact #2 – Breathe Easy A 30m tall mature tree can produce 2,700 kilograms of oxygen in a year, which is enough to support at least two active people breathing day and night . Tip: plant trees on your property or get together with a group or landowner to… Read more »

Tree Fact # 1 – Trees are Cool

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Tree Fact # 1 – Trees are Cool Trees are natures air conditioner. The evaporation from a single tree can produce the cooling effect of 10 room size air conditioners operating 20 hours a day. Tip: There are great options on tree retention and pruning rather than removing a tree you… Read more »