Brisbane City Council is working with the community to protect Brisbane's beautiful, natural environment from invasive species of weeds and pest animals. Find out what Council is doing to take care of our trees, land, wildlife and waterways. Council's Environment Centres help to educate and engage communities to get involved and enjoy these areas.
Council offers gardening advice and workshops, as well as giving free trees to residents to encourage a clean and green city. You can also find out about street trees, bushland restoration and where Council is planting 2 million trees.
Find information on Brisbane's weed species and pest plants and advice on how to control and remove weeds on your property.
Brisbane has many threatened species of flora and fauna that need to be protected. Also find out about Brisbane's pest species, the problems they cause and how you can manage them.
Enjoy Brisbane's natural areas and find out about the groups that are working to protect them.
Information about Brisbane's creeks and catchments, including waterway health issues and how you can get involved.
Brisbane's Environment Centres involve the community with educational programs and activities.
One of the aspirations of the Brisbane Vision is to have the best air quality of Australian capital cities. Find out more.