Redlands Coast has a diverse and healthy natural environment, with an abundance of native flora and fauna, habitats, ecosystems and waterways.
Protecting and restoring our naturally wonderful environment is one of our top priorities. We are working with residents, community groups, businesses and environment agencies on a wide variety of initiatives. Together we can ensure that Redlands Coast natural environment remains healthy, to be enjoyed by present and future generations.
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Native wildlife, trees and plants
Information on wildlife, trees and plants in Redlands Coast
Learn what you can do be more sustainable in Redlands Coast
Your property – wildlife, trees and gardening
Advice about wildlife, trees and gardening in your backyard and around your home.
Trees on Council-controlled land and streets
Information on Council's tree planting and maintenance program, street trees and how to report a problem
Pollution, noise and nuisances
Different types of environmental pollution and nuisances can impact us all
Pest animals and weeds
Find out about pest animals and weeds in the Redlands Coast
Waterways, coasts and catchments
Learn how you can use and protect Redlands Coast waterways
Public conservation land
Information on public land conservation in Redlands Coast
Learn about the threats facing our local koalas, our conservation programs and how you can help
Volunteering and local initiatives
Learn about volunteering and partnering with council to improve the Redlands Coast naturally wonderful environment
Youth and community education
Environmental education programs and activities for Redlands Coast youth and community