Recently made Vegetation Protection Orders

In accordance with the Natural Assets Local Law 2003 (NALL), Brisbane City Council has the authority to protect important vegetation across Brisbane. The NALL provides an opportunity for affected residents and the broader community to have their say through targeted and public submission processes. The submission period is open for a minimum of 14 days after the making of a VPO.

The list below is of recently made Vegetation Protection Orders (VPOs) out for public consultation. Find out how you can make a submission in relation to one of these VPOs.

Tree/area of vegetationLocation of protected vegetationOther affected (neighbouring ) propertiesCategory of protectionSubmission closure date
Three (3) Mango (Mangifera indica) trees31 Armstrong Terrace Paddington

29 Armstrong Terrace Paddington

35 Armstrong Terrace Paddington

156 Kennedy Terrace Paddington

154A Kennedy Terrace Paddington

Significant Urban Vegetation -

Significant Lanscape Tree

31 May 2024

One (1) Poinciana (Delonix regia) tree

11 Rigby Street Annerley 

13 Rigby Street Annerley

9 Rigby Street Annerley 

15 Rigby Street Annerley

96 Ferndale Street Annerley 

98 Ferndale Street Annerley 

Significant Urban Vegetation – Significant Landscape Tree

13 June 2024

One (1) Queensland Bottle (Brachychiton rupestris) tree

26 Granada Street Wynnum 

28 Granada Street Wynnum 


Significant Urban Vegetation – Significant Landscape Tree

14 June 2024

One (1) Spotted Gum (Corymbia citriodora) tree and

One (1) Blue Gum (Eucalyptus tereticornis) tree

90 Eva Street Coorparoo


Significant Urban Vegetation – Significant Landscape Tree

14 June 2024
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