Saves our climate







Treecreds® is an accredited provider of trusted carbon offset solutions and sustainability services, particularly in the arts, event and music industries. We support, manage and promote forestry-based projects in order to initiate awareness of how relevant trees are for maintaining a healthy planet.

We work with individuals and businesses to assess and reduce their environmental impact, help message and promote those efforts, whilst enhancing conservation standards throughout Australia and across the planet.

Celebrating 15 years of sustainable management

Reducing forest loss has multiple benefits for ecosystems, people, and tackling climate change.

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Our Mission


    Acknowledge opportunities to run and attend better events; having less impact on environment around us.


    Look around, appreciate, and adopt alternative solutions that will reduce emissions associated with an event you are organising or attending.


    Promote your actions and share your vision with others; encourage others to take responsibility too.


    Support climate change mitigation projects for unavoidable emissions by your event.

Clients & Projects

Hub Australia
Strawberry Fields Festival
Frank Wild
Pitch Music & Arts Festival
Scene Change
Money Mob Talkabout
Gaytimes Festival
Boogie Festival

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Returning after 3 years of hibernation, the iconic @beyondthevalleyfest is hosting its premier New Year festival from 28 Dec 2022 — 1 Jan 2023 at Barunah Plains, southwest of Victoria.

Treecreds is pleased to announce our new sustainability partnership with Beyond The Valley - stay tuned for more details. 

Check out their lineup of a combination of international & homegrown top-tier and break-through bands, electronic & hip hop artists and make sure you secure tickets (and the green vehicle pass/bus tickets) before they sell out!
A big green shout out to the team at Strawberry Fields Festival. Due to unprecedented water levels in the beloved Murray River, critical access to the festival ground and entertainment areas has been closed off.  The annual event will not be able to go ahead.

With a heavy heart, we want to thank the team @strawberryfields_festival for all their hard work and wish them a rapid recovery following this devastating incident. We will continue to work closely with the amazing Strawberry team who year on year are proactive in reducing their environmental impact. 

The flood is yet another timely reminder that we are all in a state of climate emergency.  We must all ACT NOW.

Keep up the good spirit, do your part for the planet, and we look forward to seeing you next time in the Fields!

#climatechange #climateemergency #climateaction #flood #sustainablefestival
Wishing everyone a happy National Tree Day!  Today, and beyond, let's continue to honour and respect these precious carbon sequesters. 

#carbonoffset #trees 
#reforestation #ClimateAction
Attention all artists and event organisers wanting to green up their acts.

Our friends at Green Music Australia (GMA @greenmusicau ) have just published Sound Country - a comprehensive guide to support actors across the entire music industry implement sustainable solutions. It provides practical recommendations for musicians at all stages in their careers and events of all sizes on how to better care for Country and Planet. The Guide is 60+pages and contains a wealth of green knowledge, case studies and checklists.  It's a must read for everyone in the Australian music industry seeking to benchmark and improve their sustainability performance.

GMA is a long time friend and partner of Treecreds and we are proud they have reached this important publication milestone.  We can't wait to share this valuable resource with all like-minded musicians and artists across our network.  And of course, Treecreds is featured in there as a go to offset provider.

#sustainability #music #planet #climateaction #carbonoffset #sustainableevents
Did you know that tropical peatlands store massive amounts of carbon, with stocks below the ground making up nearly 20 times the amount stored in trees and vegetation?

A recent addition to our project portfolio is the Katingan Peatland Restoration and Conservation Project which focuses on protecting the peatlands in Indonesian Borneo. Expansion of industrial plantations of pulpwood alone is estimated to contribute to 18-22% of Indonesia’s total GHG emissions! 

The project will protect 5149,800 hectares of peatland ecosystems and will secure sustainable sources of income for the local people.

Check it out in our bio.

#carbonoffset #peatlands
Trees and bees are good friends 🌲 🐝

Studies have shown that practices like agroforestry that maintain a high proportion of trees in farming systems help to increase the population of natural pollinators such as bees. It also means that communities that are living in proximity of forests can secure some income by keeping bees, instead of cutting down the trees for cash crops— which is a win-win solution to address the declining bee population and benefit people whose livelihood depends on forests.

At Treecreds, we focus on supporting forestry-based projects that generate carbon credits because the single action of preserving trees brings multifaceted benefits to the ecosystem and local communities. More trees, more bees, more resilience!

A big shoutout to @theboyofmanycolors and @emilywurramara_ and their beautiful collaborative piece of work “When A Tree Falls”. They are one of the 24 finalists for the @environmentalmusicprize, which is a global first call-to-action for artists to create powerful music videos that celebrate nature and encourage us to defend it.

There is still some time before the voting closes midnight Sunday May 15th. Let’s support them and hear the voices of the trees! 

Listen and vote at:
It was a great day working the gates on Good Friday with volunteers and staff at Boogie Festival 2022. More than 300 incoming vehicles chose to purchase a carbon car -pass to offset their travel emissions to and from the festival in Tallarook.

We look forward to seeing more people and organizations being increasingly conscious about the impact of their daily activities and welcome you to contact Treecreds to help guide your climate action pathway!

Happy Earth Day. A quote to remind us that there is only ONE planet Earth 🌍

"The Earth is the only world known so far to harbour life. There is nowhere else, at least in the near future, to which our species could migrate. 
It has been said that astronomy is a humbling and character-building experience. There is perhaps no better demonstration of the folly of human conceits than this distant image of our tiny world. 

To me, it underscores our responsibility to deal more kindly with one another, and to preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we've ever known.”

--- Carl Sagan, Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space


Taking Action

We believe that carbon offsetting plays an important role in mitigating the impact of greenhouse gas emissions on the environment. Use our Carbon Calculator and you can completely, or partially, offset emissions through the purchase of forestry based carbon credits with Treecreds.

Join our movement and become an official volunteer. Find out how we make change happen, and what you can do to help to realise this vision.

We are working together with other like-minded organisations and friends to bring about sustainable event solutions. If you are interested in joining our cause or have an initiative you think we might be able to support, please get in contact.

Treecreds respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands upon which we operate, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung of the Eastern Kulin. We pay our deepest respects to their Elders and Leaders past and present.

Treecreds supports the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and commits to working ethically, collaboratively and transparently with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Treecreds recognizes that colonial violence towards the First Peoples and their lands, skies and seas is ongoing, and that sovereignty was never ceded.