Council runs a range of education programs for the community in the management and protection of our environment. The programs include walks, talks, workshops, brochures and an eco newsletter.
What do you do with household items that you no longer need? Our A to Z Waste Disposal webpage provides details of organisations that accept second-hand goods for reuse or recycling.
Eco News is a free quarterly electronic newsletter. Click to read or subscribe to Eco News.
The federal and state governments are providing rebates and funding for a whole range of energy-saving initiatives.
Small changes at home and work can add up to big differences in helping to reduce global warming. More on Climate Change.
Are you waging chemical warfare against household grime? Powerful cleaners can contain ingredients you’d really rather not be breathing, wearing or washing in. More on Green Cleaning.
Duffys Forest Detectives is a bushland education program for Year 3 and 4 students which aims to educate students about the values of urban bushland.
The Schools Environmental Resource Kit is designed to assist schools to run successful environmental education programs. More on the Schools Environmental Resource Kit (PDF, 494KB).
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