Community Programs and Events

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Upcoming events

Rockpool RambleJoin one of our sustainability workshops, walks or talks to learn more about Woollahra's unique environment and how you can help to protect and enhance our area. Subscribe to Our Environment E-News for updates.

Business sustainability

Cafe counterOur new sustainability program, Our Environment Our Business supports and showcases local businesses and not-for-profits who are leading the way with sustainability action.

Regardless of the type of business you run, it's possible to reduce your impact on the environment and improve your bottom line.

Get in touch if you'd like to share your business sustainability story, learn simple steps to take action and access discounts, services and mentoring support.

Environmental grants program

Group picking up litterAll local schools (from early childhood through to high schools) and community groups are encouraged to apply for Woollahra Council's Environmental Grants to support projects aimed at protecting or enhancing our environment.

Collaborative projects

Solar panelsThe Compost Revolution, Solar my School and Solar my Club programs are some of our most successful community programs delivered in partnership with Waverley and Randwick Councils.

This collaboration has also helped us install electric vehicle charging stations across the Eastern Suburbs and has more projects in development.

Community gardens

Community gardenCommunity gardens are a unique form of open space where people can learn, recreate, socialise and demonstrate sustainable principles within a garden setting.

Community gardening is a valuable community recreational activity that contributes to health and well-being, positive social interaction, community development, environmental education, sustainable principles, protection and use of public open space. There are currently two community gardens within the Woollahra LGA and a number of communal gardens.


Boys jumpingHarbourCare is a volunteer-based program where individuals and groups can sign up to help reduce the amount of litter in Sydney Harbour. There are many locals picking up litter on our beaches, either on their own or in a group. HarbourCare recognises local action and provides further support for residents to connect and help to protect our local environment.


Cooper Park community eventCouncil runs a range of environment and sustainability events and programs for Woollahra residents.

Schools and preschools

Children gardeningCouncil runs a range of environmental and sustainability events and programs for schools and childcare centres located within the Woollahra area.