Council provides ratepayers, schools, body corporates and community groups with free native plants. Find out what plants would suit your garden.
Explore and learn about Brisbane's natural areas at the Peaks to Points Festival. Various locations and activities to suit all.
Head out to Boondall Wetlands Environment Centre for an engaging and interactive activity for children to learn about marine life.
Bring your family to the beautiful Karawatha Forest and work together as a team to find the special locations to get stamps in your passport.
Buying second-hand fashion or mending your clothes helps keep Brisbane clean, green and sustainable.
Subscribe to Live for Less and you can win a year’s supply of eco-friendly products that will save you heaps on your household bills.
Do you need help identifying a weed in your garden? Check out the weeds database and find the best way to get rid of them.
Head out to Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens and enjoy interesting and amazing events like photography, craft, fitness and adventures.
Access our student resources and teacher resources and find out about current competitions or our travel initiative offering free transport.
Take action right now to save money and the environment. Small changes can make a difference. Find out what you can do to live a Green Heart life.
Council supports business and industry with sustainable development including events, grants, rebates and programs.
Learn about active school travel, walking and cycling to school. Also, find out how you can apply for the 2016 Active School Travel program.
These grants offers financial assistance to projects that contribute to Council's environmental and sustainability objectives and priorities. Grants will open soon.
A clean and green city is one of Council's themes from Brisbane Vision 2031. The themes work together to achieve the results we want to see for the future.
The Environmental Policy recognises Council's environmental responsibilities to managing the city and serving the community of Brisbane.
Find out how you can join a local group such as Habitat Brisbane, Growing Communities and get involved in our community gardens and city farms.
Register to receive the Green Heart Life e-newsletter, and keep up to date with the latest events and information on sustainable living. The e-newsletter also provides tips and ideas to help you reduce your environmental footprint and keep Brisbane clean and green.