The story behind the
'BLUE Tree project'
June 17, 2019
Hilltops Naked Calendar partners with Blue Tree Project
The Hilltops region will create a special relationship with Western Australia with members of the Blue Tree Project appearing in the 2020 Hilltops Naked Farmer Calendar.
January 17, 2019
Nercwys foresters paint tree blue to raise awareness of suicide prevention
NERCWYS Forest may be a long way from Western Australia but thanks to the efforts of one local woodsman, a little corner of Flintshire will always remember the life of Jayden White - a young man from the small town of Mukinbudin who took his own life in November 2018.
June 29, 2019
Blue tree continue to rise on South West horizons
The Southern Ports Authority has thrown its weight behind the increasingly prominent Blue Tree project as it campaigns for greater mental health awareness across the country.
June 5, 2019
Blue Tree offers hope
An old sugar gum has been transformed at the WA College of Agriculture — Narrogin, sending visitors, students and staff an important message as they enter the college.
It starts with good, effective general practice
From Mukinbudin to the United Kingdom, dead trees in rural and remote locations are getting a paint job encouraging people to ask 'R U OK?
Feb 26, 2019
Blue trees in Wheatbelt become symbol of hope
Residents of a small town in WA’s Wheatbelt have turned a tale of tragedy into a powerful message of hope, with just a few licks of blue paint.
January 30, 2019
R u ok? Trees painted blue spark talking point around depression in regional communities
Alongside a country road in south-east Queensland, a large gum tree painted bright blue is prompting people to talk about mental health and ask: "r u ok?"
August 1, 2019
Greenough’s blue trees get to root of mental health issues
The windswept trees in Greenough already turn heads along Brand Highway, with many travellers pulling into a small parking bay to snap a pic of Geraldton’s iconic leaning tree.
June 19, 2019
R U OK? Leonora has a Blue Tree
Local stakeholders and the Shire of Leonora came together recently to paint a designated tree blue in the town of Leonora, Northern Goldfields, prompting locals to talk about mental health and ask: “r u ok?”.
March 13, 2019
Blue trees a new leaf on depression, suicide prevention
The Blue Tree Project - Goldfields is in full swing after the inaugural tree was painted on Sunday morning to raise awareness of depression and suicide prevention.