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8.2.19 Significant landscape tree overlay code

8.2.19.1 Application

(1) This code applies to assessing development in the Significant landscape tree overlay, if:
(a) accepted development subject to compliance with identified requirements, where acceptable outcomes of this code are identified requirements in a table of assessment for an overlay (section 5.10); or
(b) assessable development where this code is an applicable code identified in the assessment benchmarks column of a table of assessment for an overlay (section 5.10); or
(c) impact assessable development.
(2) Land in the Significant landscape tree overlay is identified on the Significant landscape tree overlay map and is included in the following sub-categories:
(a) Landscape features sub-category;
(b) Individual or group Significant landscape tree site sub-category;
(c) Significant landscape tree – adjoining site sub-category;
(d) Significant landscape tree – vegetation protection order sub-category.
(3) When using this code, reference should be made to section 1.5 and section 5.3.3.

Note—The following purpose, overall outcomes, performance outcomes and acceptable outcomes comprise the assessment benchmarks of this code.

Editor’s note—The Natural Assets Local Law contains requirements for carrying out works on protected vegetation.

Editor’s note—Where this code includes performance outcomes or acceptable outcomes that relate to:

Editor’s note—For a proposal to be accepted development subject to compliance with identified requirements, it must meet all the identified acceptable outcomes of this code that relate to the applicable sub-category and any other applicable code. Where it does not meet all identified acceptable outcomes, the proposal becomes assessable development and a development application is required. Where a development application is triggered, only the specific acceptable outcomes that the proposal fails to meet need to be assessed against the corresponding assessable acceptable outcomes or performance outcomes and relevant overall outcomes. Other identified acceptable outcomes that are met are not assessed as part of the development application.

8.2.19.2 Purpose

(1) The purpose of the Significant landscape tree overlay code is to:
(a) Implement the policy direction in the Strategic framework, in particular Theme 2: Brisbane’s outstanding lifestyle and Element 2.1 – Brisbane’s identity.
(b) Provide for the assessment of the suitability of development in the Significant landscape tree overlay.
(2) The purpose of the code will be achieved through the following overall outcomes:
(a) Development retains the landscape character and visual amenity values, such as shade and cooling, habitat, subtropical nature, sense of place, social and cultural wellbeing, economic valuation, stormwater management, oxygen production and carbon sequestration, and pollution reduction, provided by a significant landscape tree.
(b) Development configures site design and development layouts to ensure that the tree protection zone of any significant landscape tree is protected, thereby enabling unimpeded access of the tree’s roots to an uncompacted, natural subsoil stratum without encroachment or other interference from a building, structure or other infrastructure.
(c) Development in the Landscape features sub-category configures individual lots, lot boundaries, proposed building pads, the alignment and design of new roads and areas of open space, to protect the tree protection zone of a significant landscape tree.
(d) Development involving an extension to existing premises, including a dwelling house is sensitively sited and designed to protect the tree protection zone of a significant landscape tree.
(e) Development ensures that if in the exceptional circumstance where an individual significant landscape tree cannot be retained, it is replaced with a number of trees so there is no net loss in the tree canopy area, and the replacement tree species replace the landscape character values of the significant landscape tree to be lost.

8.2.19.3 Performance outcomes and acceptable outcomes

Table 8.2.19.3.A—Performance outcomes and acceptable outcomes
Performance outcomes
Acceptable outcomes
Section A—If for accepted development subject to compliance with identified requirements (acceptable outcomes only) or assessable development

Note—If in the Landscape features sub-category, a plan for the site is to identify the location of any significant landscape tree that meets the criteria of a significant landscape tree of the species and dimensions listed in Table 8.2.19.3.B.

Note—If in the Individual or group significant landscape tree site sub-category or the Significant landscape tree – adjoining site sub-category, a site survey is to identify the location of trees listed in Table 8.2.19.3.C on the site or on the land adjoining the site.

Editor's note—If in the Significant landscape tree—vegetation protection order sub-category, a site survey may be required to identify the location of a tree identified in the Protected Vegetation Register under Natural Assets Local Law as a Vegetation Protection Order-Individual Tree.

PO1
Development:
(a) retains and does not adversely impact on a significant landscape tree;
(b) if in the exceptional circumstance where a significant landscape tree cannot be retained, replaces a significant landscape tree with replacement trees which are:
(i) planted into natural ground, so that within three years there will be no net loss in tree canopy area;
(ii) advanced stock with a minimum 400L pot size, 4m high;
(iii) provided with 24 months after-care;
(iv) planted as close as possible to the removed trees or at least within the site;
(v) located in one or more replacement tree area with a minimum dimension of 5m x 5m;
(vi) of the following species in descending order of preference:
(A) the same tree species as the significant landscape tree to be lost;
(B) one of the tree species listed in Table 8.2.19.3.B; or
(C) one of the tree species in the ‘tall trees’ list of the Planting species planning scheme policy.

Note—The exceptional circumstances in which it is acceptable to replace a significant landscape tree are where all available actions to protect a significant landscape tree have been implemented, and intrusion into the tree protection zone of a significant landscape tree or clearing of a significant landscape tree is unavoidable.

Note—The canopy area of the original tree is the above-ground portion of a plant community formed by plant crowns and is measured from canopy diameter, halved to become canopy radius, then used in the equation A = πr2 (pi (3.14) x radius squared).

Example—An original tree of 6m canopy diameter has a canopy area of 28m2 (3m x 3 x 3.147) and would require 2 x 400L replacement trees. Each tree would typically be expected to grow from a 2m canopy diameter to a 4m–4.5m canopy diameter within three years. This would provide a minimum 25m2–30m2 total canopy area to achieve the no net canopy loss requirement.

Note—Where a species of eucalypt is selected as a replacement tree, tubestock size is to be planted and the tree is to be provided with 24 months after-care.

AO1
Development:
(a) is located outside the tree protection zone of a significant landscape tree; or
(b) is only within the tree protection zone of a significant landscape tree where a qualified arborist provides a written certification that the nature of the development activities will not adversely impact on the tree’s health and stability. Refer to Figure a.

Note—Refer to AS 4970-2009 Protection of trees on development sites. This standard provides guidance on the care and protection of trees throughout the development process from site analysis, through design stages to final construction.

Section B—If for assessable development other than for a dwelling house

Note—If in the Landscape features sub-category, a plan for the site is to identify the location of any significant landscape tree that meets the criteria of a significant landscape tree of the species and dimensions listed in Table 8.2.19.3.B.

Note—If in the Individual or group significant landscape tree site sub-category or the significant landscape tree site – adjoining sub-category, a site survey is to identify the location of trees listed in Table 8.2.19.3.C on the site or on the land adjoining the site.

Editor's note—If in the Significant landscape tree—vegetation protection order sub-category, a site survey may be required to identify the location of a tree identified in the Protected Vegetation Register under Natural Assets Local Law as a Vegetation Protection Order-Individual Tree.

PO2
Development incorporates the landscape character values provided by a significant landscape tree into the subdivision design and development layout of buildings and infrastructure.
AO2.1
Development in the Landscape features sub-category or the Significant landscape tree – vegetation protection order sub-category ensures the subdivision design and development layout protects a significant landscape tree by:
(a) including a significant landscape tree or group of trees:
(i) in a wider than standard verge in a road reserve; or
(ii) in the centre of a roundabout in a road reserve; or
(iii) at the frontage of a proposed lot within the standard 6m setback area; or
(iv) at the rear of a longer-than-average individual lot; or
(v) in common property such as communal recreation space or wider than standard accessway in a community title scheme;
(b) avoiding any water supply and sewerage infrastructure alignment that would encroach on the tree protection zone;
(c) avoiding any overhead or underground electricity distribution infrastructure alignment that would encroach on the tree protection zone;
(d) avoiding car parking spaces and other site uses that would result in soil compaction around the tree’s trunk and root zone. Refer to Figure a.
AO2.2
Development in the Individual or group significant landscape tree site sub-category involving a tree species in Table 8.2.19.3.C or the Significant landscape tree – adjoining site sub-category protects a significant landscape tree by:
(a) avoiding any water supply and sewerage infrastructure alignment that would encroach on the tree protection zone;
(b) avoiding any overhead or underground electricity distribution infrastructure alignment that would encroach on the tree protection zone;
(c) avoiding car parking spaces and other site uses that would result in soil compaction around the tree’s trunk and root zone. Refer to Figure a.
Table 8.2.19.3.B - Significant landscape tree species and dimensions where in the Landscape features sub-category

For land in the Landscape features sub-category, the following tree species are significant landscape tree if having the stated dimensions.

Species
Common name
Dimensions
Ficus benjamina
Ficus obliqua
Ficus platypoda
Ficus microcarpa var. hillii
Ficus bengaliensis
Ficus macrophylla
Ficus religiosa
Ficus virens
Ficus watkinsiana
fig trees
Greater than or equal to – 100cm trunk diameter
Mangifera indica
mango tree
Greater than or equal to – 80cm trunk diameter
Delonix regia
Jacaranda mimosifolia
poinciana
jacaranda
Greater than or equal to – 80cm trunk diameter
Araucaria cunninghamii
Araucaria bidwillii
Agathis robusta
native pines
Greater than or equal to – 60cm trunk diameter
Eucalyptus tereticornis
Eucalyptus microcorys
Eucalyptus racemosa
forest red gum
tallow wood
scribbly gum
Greater than or equal to – 60cm trunk diameter

Note—Trunk diameter is measured at a point 1.4m above ground level.

Table 8.2.19.3.C - Significant landscape trees in specific locations

For land in the Individual or group significant landscape tree site sub-category or Significant landscape tree – adjoining site sub-category, the following tree species are significant landscape trees:

(1) tree species listed as mixed natives or exotic in Table 8.2.19.3.C if having the stated dimensions listed in Table 8.2.19.3.B;
(2) the other tree species listed in Table 8.2.19.3.C.
Species
Address
Real property description (lot and plan)
Albion
Melaleuca sp. paperbark
29 Amy St (Albion race track north cnr.)
L2 SP154864
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
29A Amy St (mid north boundary)
L1 SP154864
Auchenflower
2 x Grevillea robusta silky oak
85 Agnes St
L38 RP19673
2 x Delonix regia poinciana
1 x Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
89 Agnes St
L3 RP70421
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
7 Aldridge St (front of)
L1 SP118549
6 x Melaleuca quinquenervia large-leaved paperbark
Several Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
Several Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
32 Dixon St (front of)
L10 RP43623
Melaleuca quinquenervia large-leaved paperbark
17 Markwell St (rear of)
L2 RP19717
2 x Araucaria bidwillii bunya pine
58 Markwell St (rear of)
L2 RP804871
Eucalyptus moluccana gum-topped box
15 Park Ave (to rear of)
L31 RP18823
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
47 Cadell St (rear of)
L10 RP817824
Eucalyptus moluccana gum-topped box
79 Payne St
L6 RP19678
Mangifera indica mango
6 Shaw St (front of)
L1-2 RP19719
Bardon
Delonix regia poinciana
203 Arthur Tce (front of)
L1 RP910403
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
24 Barnett Rd
L2 RP72349
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
34 Barnett Rd
L39 RP20618
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
69 Beatrice St (rear of)
L316 RP20204
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
86 Boundary Rd (rear of)
L155-156 RP20110
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
137 Boundary Rd
L1 RP58399
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
20 Brown St (rear of)
L1 RP51694
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
21 Brown St (front garden of)
L5 RP855594
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
107a Coopers Camp Rd
L2 RP62976
3 x Ficus macrocarpa var. hillii Hill’s fig
37 Lorward Ave
L8 RP52826
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
53 Lorward Ave (rear of)
L285 RP20160
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
119 Leworthy St (to the side of)
L1 RP113593
Mixed natives and exotics
Land to the rear of 34, 36, 38, 42, 42A, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 56A, 58, 60, 68, 70, 72, 74, 76, 78, 82, 84, 86, 90, 96, 102, 106, 108, 112, 114, 122, 130, 132, 134, 136, 138, 140, 142, 144 and 146 Outlook Crescent
9, 11, 11A, 15, 15A, 17, 19, 21, 21A, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31 and 33 Vista Street
L93-98 RP20618
L100-106 RP20618
L114-133 RP20618
L135-144 RP20618
L146-148 RP20618
L151-152 RP20618
L1-3 RP132476
L10-11 SP137661
L103 RP64948
L105 RP64948
L1-2 RP97495
L1-2 RP88085
Eucalyptus fibrosa broad-leaved red ironbark
58 Nestor Ave (front of)
L8 RP222670
Mixed natives with dominant Eucalyptus microcorys tallowwood
Land to the rear of 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 and 20 Angus Street
3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 17, 19 and 21 Bee Street
4, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42 Boundary Road
52 Carroll Street
55, 57, 59, 61, 65 and 69 Mackay Terrace
96, 100, 100A, 106, 110, 114, 120, 124, 126, 130, 132, 136, 136A, 138, 142, 144, 144A and 144B Simpsons Road
L56RP20464
L62-77 RP20464
L84-87 RP20464
L91-99 RP20464
L1-2 RP96440
L1-2 RP72456
L1 RP56617
L1 RP121288
L1-2 RP20467
L4-5 RP20467
L1-2 SP153559
L1-2 RP811488
L1-2 RP67429
L1 RP84092
L2 RP92140
L1-3 SP184041
L1,3-8 RP122863
L3-4 RP136262
L88,90 RP54184
L6, 96 RP893786
L1-2,4 RP63083
Eucalyptus microcorys tallowwood
10 Stuartholme Rd (front of)
L47-48 RP20610
Doolandella
12 x Mangifera indica mango
839 Blunder Road (avenue of 12 mango trees at front of site)
L1 RP61390
Dutton Park
9 x Ficus benjamina weeping fig
112 Annerley Road
L206 SL8028
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
151 Annerley Road
L21 RP12289
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
58 Merton Road (situated on the vacant lot adjacent to Park Road Railway Station)
L111 B3224
Ferny Grove
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine, Araucaria bidwillii bunya pine, Grevillea robusta silky oak, Ficus spp. figs
84 McGinn Rd
L1 RP77396
Hemmant
2 x Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
72 Aquarium Avenue (Eastern boundary)
L1 RP162743
Delonix regia poinciana
163 Fleming Road (Front garden)
L11 RP33342
Eucalyptus racemosa scibbly gum Mangifera indica mango
214 Fleming Road (Eucalyptus front garden, mango at rear)
L3 SP118579
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
27 Poppy Street (South west area of site)
L54 RP222671
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
47 Wyuna Court (North west corner)
L466 SL6767
Herston
Mixed native and exotic species
Land to the rear of 14, 16, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30 and 34 Aberleigh Road
184, 190, 192, 194, 196, 202, 206, 208, 212, 214, 216, 218, 220, 222, 224, 226, 228, 230 and 232 Herston Road
2, 6, 8, 8A, 9, 10, 10A, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 19 Parkhurst Avenue
8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 26, 30, 32, 34, 36, 40, 42, 46 and 50 Scott Road
L0,1-8 BUP2801
L2-3 RP42057
L2 RP44711
L37 RP230140
L0,1-8 BUP106792
L15-33 RP1165
L0,1-3 BUP12593
L4-6 RP43619
L1-3 RP92185
L42 B3150
L1-4 GTP101118
L0,1-8 BUP3286
L1-2 RP1166
L1-2 RP86552
L1,2,4,5 RP82875
L3 RP230140
L0,1-9 BUP1177
L0,1-4 SP130927
L1 RP66402
L0,1-4 SP117690
L2 RP75197
L1 RP92185
L1-7,10,11,13,14 RP1167
Highgate Hill
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
13 Bellevue Street (front of)
L19 RP11732
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
Rear of 30 Dauphin Terrace
L55 RP12103
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
2x Melaleuca quinquenervia broad-leaved paperbark
3 x Corymbia citriodora spotted gum
91-97 Dornoch Terrace
L0,1-49 BUP2892
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
92 Dornoch Terrace
L1 RP77320
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
Front of 114 Dornoch Terrace
L1 RP10794
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
154 Dornoch Terrace, corner Hampstead Street (behind block of apartments)
L0,1-15 BUP103568
Row of Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
11 and 11a Dudley Street
L1-2 RP107866
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
45 Gladstone Road (rear of)
L1 RP88302
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
15a Gertrude Street (front garden)
L35 RP12150
Jacaranda mimosifolia jacaranda
60 Hampstead Road (front of)
L1 RP50550
Araucaria bidwillii bunya pine
Front of 67 Hampstead Road
L0,1-10 BUP8986
2 x Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
11 Sankey Street (front and rear)
L2 RP56755
Kelvin Grove
Caesalpinia ferrea leopard tree
25 Gona Pde
L904 SP151277
Ficus obligua small-leaved fig
7 Musk Ave
L2 SP151277
4 x Ficus benjamina weeping fig
13 Windsor Rd
L5SP144520
Lota
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
140 Alastair St (front yard of)
L202 RP33172
Eucalyptus propinqua grey gum
56 Alexander St
L2 SP190113
Eucalyptus grandis flooded gum
8 Belgamba St (front yard of)
L139 RP33168
Ficus obliqua small-leaved fig
16 Hindes St (back boundary)
L48 RP33227
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
3 Macdonald St (backyard of)
L1 RP73548
Lytton
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine, 3 x Ficus obliqua small leaved fig, 2 x Ficus mIcrocarpa small fruited fig
2002 Lytton Road (Western boundary)
L4 RP852211
Ficus obliqua small leaved fig
2002 Lytton Road (North eastern boundary)
L1 RP226381
Ficus microcarpa var hilli Hill’s fig
160 South Street (Fort Lytton Road, east side)
L116 NPW564
Manly
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
44 Barrinia St (backyard of)
L365 RP33153
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
107 Boswell Tce (front boundary)
L270 RP33017
Mangifera indica mango
14 Curtis St (backyard of)
L303 RP33153
2 x Mangifera indica mango
37 Ernest St (front yard of)
L1 RP182768
Mangifera indica mango
66 Ernest St (backyard of)
L55 RP33142
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
89 Ernest St (northwest corner)
L429 SL9450
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
62 Gannon Ave (backyard of)
L2 RP105398
Mangifera indica mango
34 Gordon Pde (backyard of)
L3 RP114204
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
102 Gordon Parade (rear garden of)
L14 RP33132
Ficus rubiginosa Port Jackson fig
127 Kingsley Tce (backyard of)
L531 RP92622
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
139 Kingsley Terrace
L8 RP194718
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
6 Oakley St (backyard)
L198 RP33142
Flindersia australis crows ash
15 Oceana Tce
L12 RP40079
Mangifera indica mango
26 Oceana Tce
L66 RP33032
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
52 Raeburn St (back boundary of)
L85 RP33153
Mangifera indica mango
45 Yamboyna St (backyard of)
L4 RP74979
Manly West
Corymbia citriodora spotted gum
5 Andes St (backyard of)
L33 RP106060
Mangifera indica mango
76 Blackwood Rd (front yard of)
L51 RP900672
Eucalyptus signata scribbly gum
118 Empire Ave (backyard of)
L243 RP33221
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
26 Faine St (Near Daisy Rd frontage)
L1 RP81541
Delonix regia poinciana
14 Goswell St (front yard of)
L1 RP78599
Caesalpinia ferrea leopard tree
21 Graduate St (front yard of)
L116 RP132597
Mixed mature and semi-mature Eucalyptus and Corymbia species (local natives)
35 Hinckley St
L11 SP138457
Eucalyptus tessellaris Moreton Bay ash
15 Killarney Ave (front yard of)
L94 RP33221
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
116 Manly Rd (front yard of)
L29 RP74820
Ficus microcarpa var. hillii Hill’s weeping fig
209 Manly Rd
L15 RP910195
Mangifera indica mango
33 Milfoil St (backyard near Leroy St boundary)
L43 RP84930
2 x Delonix regia poinciana
43 Milfoil St (front yard of)
L62 RP84930
Caesalpinia ferrea leopard tree
94 Preston Rd (front yard of)
L15 RP33208
Caesalpinia ferrea leopard tree
122 Preston Rd (front yard of)
L264 RP33207
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
171b Preston Rd (backyard of)
L2 RP118319
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
4 Sheryl St
L10 RP93410
Delonix regia poinciana
32 Tarwhine St (front yard of)
L77 RP153872
Delonix regia poinciana
29 Tulkara St (backyard of)
L145 RP95830
Murrarie
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
39 Paringa Road (Western side of car park)
L6 SP179372
8 x Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
168 Paringa Road (South east corner)
L408 CP885750
2 x Ficus microcarpa var hilli Hill’s fig
188 Paringa Rd (South east corner and eastern boundary)
L43 SP227024
Paddington
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
2 x Mangifera indica mango
2 Agars St
L2 SP247539
Delonix regia poinciana
146 Beck
L101RP19636
Corymbia citriodora spotted gum
37 Brigalow St (front of)
L69,70 RP20470
Eucalyptus microcorys tallowwood
30 Collingwood St (front of)
L17 RP20463
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
8 Croydon Rd
L47 RP20456
2 x Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
14 Croydon Rd
L4 RP70057
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
124 Enoggera Tce (on corner of Otis Lane, next door to No:116)
L4 RP47431
Grevillea robusta silky oak
109 Fernberg Rd (rear boundary)
L20 RP19623
Corymbia citriodora spotted gum
258 Latrobe Tce (rear of)
L1 RP20472
Eucalyptus moluccana gum-topped box
3 Norwood Tce (rear of)
L22 RP20459
Mangifera indica mango
35 Rockbourne Tce (front garden of)
L1 RP100672
2 x Eucalyptus spp.
11 Rockbourne Tce
L7 RP20454
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
32 Stafford Street (rear of)
L17 RP20691
Jacaranda mimosifolia jacaranda
37 Stafford St (front of)
L60 RP20691
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
Eucalyptus moluccana gum-topped box
53 Tooth Ave (rear of)
L61 RP20457
Red Hill
Lophostemon confertus brush box
34 Abraham St
L34 RP20747
Araucaria bidwillii bunya pine
99 Arthur Tce (rear of)
L3 RP20715
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
25 Bramble Tce
L5 RP113317
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
37 Enoggera Tce (rear of)
L16 RP20722
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
77 Enoggera Tce
L0,1-8 BUP3478
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
87 Enoggera Tce (front of)
L27 RP20726
Eucalyptus species
65 Glenrosa Rd
L1 RP20375
South Brisbane
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
39 Annerley Road (in grounds of Mater Hospital, opposite entrance to Children’s Hospital, on Raymond Terrace)
L2 RP185046
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
38a Dorchester Street
L16 RP11691
Delonix regia poinciana (Northside)
Agathis robusta kauri pine (Southside)
104 Ernest Street, St Andrew’s Church (corner Vulture Street/Ernest and Cordelia Streets)
L1 SL11042 (Northside)
L4 SL11042S (Southside)
Ficus spp. fig
10 Lower River Terrace, South Brisbane (east side of main access driveway to South Bank Apartments via Vulture Street)
L01-92 BUP5840
Ficus virens white fig
97 Merivale St, outside South Bank Institute of TAFE on Glenelg Street
L22 CP817735
19 x Ficus benjamina weeping fig
Exhibition Centre on 98 Merivale St
L934 SSP107067
Ficus virens white fig
112 Merivale St, front of Brisbane State High School
L10 SP237735
1 x Ficus benjamina weeping fig
9 Oxford Street on the boundary of 39a Oxford Street
L2 RP51965
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
39a Oxford Street
L2 RP95549
Taringa
Ficus rubiginosa Rock Fig
43 Adsett Street (Fig in back garden)
L179 RP23418
Eucalyptus microcorys Tallow Wood
50 Adsett Street (rear of)
L2 RP42340
Eucalyptus microcorys Tallow Wood
52 Adsett Street (rear of)
L1 RP42340
Araucaria cunninghamii Hoop Pine
25 Alexandra Avenue (rear of)
L40,41 RP23287
Delonix regia Poinciana
78 Beatrice Street (corner of Beatrice and Norman Street)
L62 SP119884
Delonix regia Poinciana
25 Ellerslie Crescent (northern boundary)
L4 RP60851
Delonix regia Poinciana
20 Harrys Road (front of)
L3 RP54441
Albizia species
89 Indooroopilly Road (front corner of)
L0,1,2,3 SP128232
Eucalyptus tereticornis Forest Red Gum
144 Indooroopilly Road (on Alexandra Avenue frontage)
L1 RP229882
Albizia lebbeck Siris Tree
3 Kings Road (fronting Cunningham Street)
L1 RP23451
Delonix regia Poinciana
8 Kings Road (front western boundary)
L120 RP23418
Ficus rubiginosa Rock Fig
34 Marmion Parade (rear of)
L70 RP23660
Araucaria cunninghamii Hoop Pine
151 Moggill Road (rear garden of)
L14 RP23643
Agathis robusta Kauri Pine
Delonix regia Poinciana
52 Seven Oaks Street (Kauri Pine centre of lot adjacent to car park, Poinciana middle of front boundary)
L1 RP218414
Two x Araucaria cunninghamii Hoop Pine
49 Stanley Terrace (rear of)
L1–11 BUP6220
Araucaria cunninghamii Hoop Pine
4 Sundridge Street (on Westerham Street frontage)
L146 RP42097
Eucalyptus grandis Flooded Gum
28 Sundridge Street (front of)
L1–17 BUP7330
Eucalyptus tereticornis Forest Red Gum
16 Swann Road (north eastern boundary)
L2 RP44888
Delonix regia Poinciana
86A Swann Road (rear of 58 Princess Street)
L2 RP47630
Upper Kedron
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
298 Levitt Road
L2 RP162875
Flindersia australis Crows ash
433 Levitt Road
L23 SP243774
Araucaria bidwillii bunya pine
458 Levitt Road
L2 RP805394
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
Grevillea robusta silky oak
Ficus spp. fig trees
Jagera pseudorhus foambark
71 Ross Road
L4 RP211443
West End
2 x Ficus benjamina weeping fig
230 Boundary Street (front of)
L1 RP45129
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
31 Cambridge Street (front of)
L66 RP11166
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
15 Doris Street (rear of)
L11 RP11261
Corymbia citriodora spotted gum
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
20 Drury St (side of)
L0,1-6 BUP5947
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
3 x Araucaria bidwillii bunya pine
51 Ferry Road
L1 RP118609
Agathis robusta kauri pine
Araucaria bidwillii bunya pine
60 Ferry Road
L2 RP124659
Melaleuca quinquenervia broad-leaved paperbark
22 Gray Road
L16 RP11006
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
124 Gray Road (rear of 47 Dornoch Terrace
L4 RP46006
Mangifera indica mango
447 Montague Road
L3-4 RP10974
3 x Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
439 Montague Road
L2 RP137861
Melaleuca quinquenervia broad-leaved paperbark
31 New Buchanan St (front of)
L3 RP92122
Grevillea robusta silky oak
46 Spring Street (rear garden of)
L38 RP11217
Willawong
Ficus macrophylla Moreton Bay fig
38 Bowhill Road (southern side of house)
L1 RP84296
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
340 Gooderham Road (Camden Road frontage, mid area of property)
L1 RP219866
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
359 Gooderham Road (western area of property)
L3 RP188305
Ficus macrocarpa var. hilli Hill's fig
267 Sherbrooke Road (front of property in south east corner)
L4 RP80241
Woolloongabba
Mixed species comprising mainly of: Ficus benjamina weeping fig
Eucalyptus microcorys tallow wood
Grevillea robusta silky oak
20 Cornwall St
L1 SP107652
Group of Delonix regia poinciana
Carpark adjacent to Sports House South, 842 Main Street
L1 SP182798
Wynnum
Delonix regia poinciana
21 Alkoomie St (front yard of)
L65 RP33064
Delonix regia poinciana
79 Alkoomie St (front yard of)
L45 RP33064
Mangifera indica mango
24 Allen St (rear of)
L73 RP33088
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
89 Bay Tce (Southern end of Florence St frontage)
L100 SP151582
Numerous Ficus
Araucaria species
77 and 77a Buderim St
L378 SL6111 &
L378 RP226441
Mangifera indica mango
38 Clara St
L2 RP32998
Caesalpinia ferrea leopard tree
38 Claymeade St (rear of)
L126 RP96102
Brachychiton rupestris narrow-leaved bottle tree
126 Dibar St (front yard of)
L11 RP62247
2 x Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
16 Elm St (front yard of)
L92 RP33128
Ficus rubiginosa Port Jackson fig
2 x Ficus obliqua small-leaved fig
1 x Ficus virens white fig
145 Florence St (adjacent Florence St boundary)
L643 SL6243
Delonix regia poinciana
91 Haylock St (front yard of)
L68 RP43545
Araucaria heterophylla Norfolk Island pine
54 Prospect St (front yard of)
L142 RP33076
Mangifera indica mango
145 Prospect St (backyard of)
L115 W4211
Delonix regia poinciana
80 Ryder St (front yard of)
L10 RP63869
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
32 Shepherd St (front yard of)
L6 RP65287
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
35 Shepherd St (front yard of)
L19 RP33080
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
23 Thomas St (backyard of)
L15 RP33125
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
Walnut St (backyard of)
L392 RP33003
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
11 Wassell St, Wynnum (rear of)
L71 RP33080
Mangifera indica mango
149 West Ave (backyard of)
L3 RP86640
2 x Mangifera indica mango
159 West Ave (side of)
L105 RP33200
Mangifera indica mango
70 Wilde St (backyard of)
L145 RP33068
Delonix regia poinciana
22 Wynnum North Esp (front yard of)
L73 RP33064
Eucalyptus moluccana grey box
226 Wynnum North Rd (rear of)
L30 RP66928
Delonix regia poinciana
265 Wynnum North Rd (front yard of)
L1 RP92524
Araucaria cunninghamii (Group) hoop pines
268 Wynnum North Rd (rear of)
L1 RP79404
Wynnum West
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
6 Hardwick St (front yard of)
L33 RP102480
Delonix regia poinciana
32 Ingleston St (front yard of)
L1 RP200255
Eucalyptus microcorys tallowwood
30 Meron St (front yard of)
L83 RP116704
11 x Mangifera indica mango
67 Plaza St
L99 SP186348
Group of mature Eucalyptus species (local natives)
228 Preston Rd (rear of)
L2 RP230214
2 x Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
302 Preston Rd (backyard of)
L1 RP60648
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
326 Preston Rd (near front boundary)
L8 RP815148
Grevillea robusta silky oak
Araucaria heterophylla Norfolk Island pine
110 Randall Rd (front yard of)
L92 RP95085
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
159 Randall Rd (rear of)
L1 RP180302
Corymbia citriodora spotted gum
80 Roseneath Pde (front yard of)
L8 RP111004
Delonix regia poinciana
10 Stockyard St (front yard of)
L46 RP146190
Araucaria cunninghamii hoop pine
67 Wondall Rd (rear of)
L1 RP127597
Eucalyptus tereticornis forest red gum
115 Wondall Rd (backyard of)
L22 RP97706
26 x Mangifera indica mango
Iona College, 59 North Road (End of Euston Street, Iona College adjoining to railway line)
L2 RP192630
Ficus benjamina weeping fig
8 Herswell Avenue (Back garden east side)
L22 RP137227
16x Mangifera indica mango
13 North Rd (Railway corridor opp. Bernay’s Road)
L121 SP130034

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