This is intended to be a national database of trees that are considered to have met the criteria of significance detailed in the Burra Charter.
The Burra Charter provides guidance for the conservation and management of places of cultural significance (cultural heritage places), and is based on the International Charter for the Conservation and Restoration of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) it was adopted by the Australian National Committee of ICOMOS on 19 August 1979 at Burra, South Australia. Several revisions have been made since 1979.
Our noination form can be downloaded from the file sharing site we use...it is a simple process:
- Click the link below.
- A new window will open, in the centre of the page click the 'start download from media fire' button.
- Save the nomination form onto your computer.
VTGA Significant Tree Register Nomination Form
Once you have the form on your own computer simply read through it carefully including the last page which explains the significance criteria. Then to complete the fillable form, simply type into the grey boxes with the information requested and when asked to select from the drop down menus click the grey boxes with text already in them and choose one answer.
Once completed please email the nomination form back to us.