Wagga City Council has advised the community to be aware of the removal of cones from the bunya pines located throughout the city.
Bunya pines, which grow to as high as 50 metres, produce dozens of enormous cones, each one with the capacity to weigh up to 10 kilograms if left to fully mature.
Council's parks and strategic operations manager Henry Pavitt said every year staff remove all the cones from each of the trees before they become fully mature.
"We've had a couple drop this week so it's a good time to get in and remove the cones before the Christmas-New Year break and school holidays," he said.
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"Most of the ones that have already come down have been chewed by cockatoos."
Mr Pavitt said the council will start its removal works on Tuesday, with majority of the trees are located in the CBD's Collins Park.
He said bus drivers, who park their vehicles in close proximity to the park are advised the area will be cordoned off to allow workers to utilise machinery, including a large crane.
"We won't be affecting or stopping the bus route in any way, we're just asking drivers to park their buses around the corner from their usual break location," he said.