Brisbane - Clean, Green, Sustainable 2017-2031 outlines future targets and commitments to create a cleaner, greener and sustainable city.
Use your rates notice to collect your two free native plants and help keep Brisbane clean, green and sustainable.
Need more room for your recycling? Order a larger or additional recycling bin from Council. It's only $30 for delivery.
Check out our blog on greener gardening and recycle your way to a better backyard.
Have your say on the Oxley Creek Transformation draft Master Plan, transforming Oxley Creek into a green, lifestyle and leisure destination.
Join a Habitat Brisbane group and make a real difference in your local community and environment.
The Glider Festival is a great reason gather your family and friends for a picnic and plant trees to create more places for wildlife habitat.
Construction is underway on a new $2 million Koala Research Centre where scientific researchers will work to protect Brisbane's koalas.
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