Council runs a range of environmental and sustainability events and programs for Woollahra residents.
Apartment & Strata Energy Savings
This project assists strata buildings to reduce energy and water use resulting in potentially thousands of dollars of savings per year.
Design a native habitat garden
Make your backyard a haven for native animals with this helpful guide.
The design of your garden and the plants you choose to grow will influence the animals and birds that visit your backyard. Your garden can provide important resources for native wildlife including food, water, and protective habitat for birds, lizards, possums, frogs and beneficial insects. Well-designed gardens can help protect native animals from introduced or over-aggressive native species and act as important stepping stones between bushland reserves in the Woollahra area.
The Compost Revolution supports residents in composting and worm farming to reduce their waste to landfill. Through both face-to-face workshops and online resources, you can learn more about turning your food waste into valuable, free fertiliser. Residents of Woollahra are also eligible for a discounted compost bin or worm farm.
Become a Bushcare volunteer
Get involved in caring for our precious native spaces!
Bushcare is a great way to:
- learn about our native bushland, weed management and native animals
- meet like-minded people and enjoy relaxed social events
- participate in healthy, outdoor activities.
National Tree Day
Every year Council supports community members to get their hands dirty on National Tree Day. Come and get involved!
Sustainability Workshop Series
Council runs monthly, free events and workshops on a range of sustainability topics including organic gardening, bird watching, waste reduction, upcycling and more.
All residents are invited to attend and learn new sustainability skills and ideas.
Subscribe to Our Environment E-News for monthly updates on our sustainability events.
Report a wildlife sighting
Let us know if you spot an interesting native plant or animal so we can monitor and protect our local biodiversity. What birds, frogs, lizards and other creatures have you seen lately?
Garage Sale Trail
Garage Sale Trail is one big day of Garage Sales right across Australia. It's all about sustainability, meeting the neighbours, having fun, and making money while you’re at it!