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urban tree canopy STRATEGY 

Love Nillumbik's trees and the wonderful qualities they provide?

Take part in the Council survey in response to the new Urban Tree Canopy Strategy 2024 - 2040.

It is so important that we all speak up for what we love!

CLICK HERE for Council's webpage where you'll find the survey, key documents, drop-in sessions and more... 

We have created a document that you might find useful.

Click on the PDF icon to download.


Show your commitment to our environment and attend Council's Planning and Consultation Committee Meeting on Tuesday May 14, 7pm at the Council Offices.
Don't hide under a rock... you could go dressed as a slug, a blue-banded bee, a wallaby... or just your self.


Even better, use your rights and opportunities as a citizen to speak for up to three minutes.
Tell Council a couple of key reasons why you want your environment protected and reinvigorated. 
Anyone can do this - you do not have to be an expert - but you must register on Council's website by
Monday May 13th.

Your presence will help shape the Biodiversity Strategy. 

This is a very important opportunity and we encourage you all to speak up for our precious environment. 

We have created a document that you might find useful.

Click on the PDF icon to download.

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10am SATURDAY MAY 4  2024



Join our seasonally responsive walks where we'll focus on indigenous plants and animals, often sharing a strong relationship. Discover details of the Nillumbik bush, and simple ways you can make a difference. 


Learn about local weeds, take part in their eradication and replace with indigenous flora. The health of our environment is in our hands.
We're developing a weed-mapping project to enable better outcomes.  Contact for info




We're keen to hear from you! Do you have some knowledge to share? Want to make a suggestion? Email us

Register to receive updates. We respect your privacy and never share your details. We do our best to keep our emails brief and not send too many!

Join our online forums to learn about wombats, orchids, avian bone pins, relationships between plants and animals, how special Nillumbik's biodiversity is and much more...


We joined the global City Nature Challenge but with a local twist. Biodiversity-focused activities transform an area over time, and we discover amazing details. Help welcome more wildlife across Nillumbik! More to come...

Our community, our responsibility,
Join the community collaboration to develop local plans for advocacy and action to achieve reversal of biodiversity decline in Nillumbik.

We come together to ensure better outcomes for biodiversity - we understand the true costs if we continue with business as usual...

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