Council is a key player in maintaining and enhancing biodiversity through good urban planning, smart natural area management, and by providing knowledge and support services to residents managing habitat on privately owned property.
A partnership between Council and the community in caring for the region’s natural environment.
For volunteers to grow local native plants for community projects and for planting in reserves, parks, schools and public open space.
Air pollution, smoke complaints, spray painting, noise pollution, public health risk, asbestos dust, water pollution& waste management.
Visit an amazing part of our natural diversity by exploring, restoring, and learning about living with the environment at one of our community supported regional educational centres.
Like many places in Australia where original indigenous vegetation still exists, the Moreton Bay Region is home to a rich diversity of native animals across a wide variety of natural habitat types.
Opportunities to enhance private property for the protection of native plants and animals are available through the Land for Wildlife, Backyards for Wildlife and Voluntary Conservation programs.
For information about bin collection services, recycling and sustainability, waste facilities, education programs and waste forms and fact sheets.
There are many ways to reduce your impact on the environment. Think about how you can contribute to creating a cleaner and healthier environment.
Council manages natural area reserves, riparian corridors and road reserves with high biodiversity values.
Moreton bay region has a large diversity of waterways ranging from upland streams to the estuaries connecting the coastal rivers and streams.
Pests and weed species in natural areas displace local native vegetation and habitats for wildlife. Pest animals are any exotic animal, which causes a detrimental impact on the environment, industry or community activities.