Prestige Pruning Tree Management proudly stands as an indigenous-owned and operated enterprise, with Owner manager, Luke Johnson, hailing from the Palawan Tasmanian Aboriginals of the Trawlwoolway Tribe.
With a profound connection to our rich Australian heritage, our mission revolves around the vigilant stewardship of our local ecosystems, including the diverse flora and fauna they encompass. We are dedicated to collaborating with zoologists whenever feasible, contributing to the preservation and enhancement of local wildlife habitats.
Additionally, we are dedicated to identifying and safeguarding specific local scar trees, playing a vital role in conserving, and cherishing the historical legacy woven into the natural tapestry that surrounds us in our daily lives.
Owner manager of Prestige Pruning Tree management, Luke, is 3rd generation local of the Diamond valley area. Himself, his family, and staff members at prestige pruning have all gone to local schools, involved with local sporting clubs and gyms growing up and continue to live in the area to this day with our own children experiencing all our great outdoor spaces, clubs, shops, restaurants.
Giving back to the community is something very important to Prestige Pruning values as we can all appreciate the people in the township throughout our green wedge community.
The opportunities granted to us growing up in this area have led us to where we are now, and we take pride in our hometown and see the continued
We recognise the significance of a cohesive community that stands together across educational, financial, social, and local sports realms, we prioritize fostering mutual support.
We contribute extensively to our local community as much as we can through various means, including but not limited to:
We are proud to provide sponsorship and continue to sponsor various clubs, including:
- Eltham Wildcats Basketball Club
- Shadows Boxing Amateur Team Eltham
- Diamond Creek Cricket Club
- Greensborough Bowls Club
Furthermore, we extend our support to the community by donating garden mulch and firewood to several local establishments, including:
- Local CFA (Country Fire Authority) communities
- Public Schools
- Community gardening club initiatives
- Retirement villages