Damage to Eucalyptus trees
Council is aware of eucalyptus trees losing foliage and producing honeydew (a sticky non-toxic substance). This is caused by psyllid (a common native insect) which increases in population during warm periods and declines during the cooler. No further reports are required.
Report a tree issue
Use Snap Send Solve to easily report tree related issues such as:
- broken or fallen branches/trees
- pruning overgrown trees
- potential root damage
- trees/stump removal
- tree assessments
- Illegal clearing.
Request a tree planting
You can also request to:
- replace a damaged or missing tree
- plant an additional tree in a vacant site.
Replacement trees generally are planted within the following Winter to Spring tree planting season (may take up to 18 months).
If a tree is threatening public safety, please report it to us immediately by calling (03) 9705 5200. For dangerous situations on your private property, please contact the SES on 132 500.
Find a list of other emergency advice and contacts.
For more information see our Tree Guide.
For other reporting options please contact us.