Northern Beaches Tree Removals

The Northern Beaches are blessed to have preserved a good deal of their temperate forest. The trees here are rich and numerous, and cling to the steep-sided ravines and coastlines of this area, aided by ideal growing conditions and plentiful moisture.

But this fast growth can cause headaches for homeowners in the Northern Beaches. Sodden soils can give way, and erosion from the rain and action of the sea can undermine large trees. Homes here must be wary of the threat of falling trees above their homes, and constant vigilance is needed to ensure that they stay safe throughout the year.

Luckily, there is All Tree Care. With our experience and unique ability to access even the toughest locations, we can ensure the safety and security of your home, your investments, and your possessions.

Our team has been tackling the toughest trees in New South Wales for many years, and we come equipped for the task at hand. No location is too difficult, and no job is too small or large for us. On top of this, our friendly and professional staff knows the value you place on your home, and work to reassure you of its safety, while we get the job done.

Tree removal in the Northern Beaches is an integral element of living in this idyllic and beautiful area, and we are experts are what we do. If you require tree removal services, we can help you! Contact us today!

The Northern Beaches Council has five wards – Pittwater, Narrabeen, Frenchs Forest, Curl Curl and Manly. These are the areas where we can service your tree lopping, tree removal and stump grinding needs.

Here are the suburbs covered in each Ward, with links to Council information.

Pittwater Ward

  • Palm Beach
  • Whale Beach
  • Careel Bay
  • Cottage Point
  • Duffys Forest
  • Ku-ring-gai Chase
  • Avalon
  • Clareville
  • Bilgola
  • Bilgola Plateau
  • Newport
  • Scotland Island
  • Church Point
  • Mona Vale
  • Bayview
  • Terrey Hills (partial)

Narrabeen Ward

  • Warriewood
  • Ingleside
  • Elanora Heights
  • Narrabeen
  • Narrabeen North
  • Terrey Hills (partial)
  • Cromer
  • Wheeler Heights
  • Collaroy Plateau
  • Collaroy
  • Oxford Falls

Frenchs Forest Ward

  • Belrose
  • Davidson
  • Frenchs Forest
  • Forestville
  • Beacon Hill
  • Allambie Heights
  • Killarney Heights

Curl Curl Ward

  • Narraweena
  • Dee Why
  • Curl Curl
  • North Curl Curl
  • Brookvale
  • North Manly
  • Freshwater
  • Queenscliff

Manly Ward

  • Manly Vale
  • Seaforth
  • Clontarf
  • North Balgowlah
  • Balgowlah
  • Balgowlah Heights
  • Fairlight
  • Manly

Trees and vegetation on the Northern Beaches are protected under the State Environmental Planning Policy(Vegetation in Non-Rural Areas) 2017 (Vegetation SEPP). The Vegetation SEPP regulates proposed tree and vegetation removal that is not associated with a development application but still requires a permit from Council. However, there’s quite a lot you can do legally if you want to carry out tree work on your own property.

From Council’s Website:

“A Permit is Required for the Following:”

  • Native Vegetation clearing where the vegetation to be cleared is declared in any manner Council’s Development Control Plan (DCP)
  • Any tree or native vegetation which is a threatened species, threatened species habitat or is part of an Endangered Ecological Community as defined under the NSW Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 or Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
  • Any tree which is a heritage item or that is within a heritage conservation area as defined by searching the Planning Rules for your address
  • Any tree specifically identified to be retained as a condition of development consent for building or works or subdivisions


Please refer to Removing and Pruning Trees on Private Land on the Council’s site.


Click here for more information: – Removing and Pruning Trees on Private Land