Native Plant Subsidy

Offer opens Wednesday 1 May 2024 (until stocks last)

Subsidy overview

Native plants provide natural food sources and shelter for native animals, are water wise and can help cool your home naturally. To help you create a waterwise garden, the City of Cockburn offers native plant subsidies to both residents and schools.

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible for this subsidy, you must be a resident in the City of Cockburn, or a school located within the City.

Subsidy amount and details

  • Residents: Can purchase up to 20 native plants at a subsidised price (50% discount). Offer opens Wednesday 1 May 2024 (until stocks last)
  • Schools and Early Years Centres: The Schools and Early Year’s Centre’s Native Plant Subsidy Scheme has now closed for 2024. To express interest for 2025 please email the Education team on [email protected]
When and how to apply
This offer is provided at different times throughout the year. 

When the offer becomes available, you can redeem your offer by:

  • Take proof of your Cockburn address to APACE Nursery*
  • Residents can choose up to 20 local native plants per household at the subsidised price 
  • Schools can choose up to 40 plants for free
  • Stock is limited, so get in quick before they run out.

*APACE Nursery is located at 1 Johannah Street, North Fremantle. Opening hours are Mon-Fri from 8am-3pm and Saturday from 8am-12pm.

Please note: Plant choice is diverse, but restricted to what the nursery has on offer.

Limitations and conditions

  • This offer is for residents and schools of the City of Cockburn
  • Proof of residential or school address must be provided
  • Schools must demonstrate how they will use the native plants
  • A school staff member must collect the plants. 

More information and contact

Please the contact Sustainability and Climate Change team on 08 9411 3444 or email [email protected]



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9 Coleville Crescent,
Spearwood 6163

PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC,
Western Australia, 6965

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