Under the guidance of Tracey Muir and Rick Ensley from Nature Conservation Margaret River, 26 Year Four students from St Thomas More Catholic Primary School braved the elements to plant 320 native trees.
Ms Muir said it was fantastic to work with the students and teachers from St Thomas More.
"They were very enthusiastic bush regenerators, who ensured each and every seedling was carefully planted in. The school has worked consistently over the years to continue rehabilitating the bush reserve," she said.
"The students loved participating in the tree planting and have shown great stewardship by revisiting the area in their own time to check on the condition of the trees," said Year Four teacher Kristie Chapman.