The Victorian Government has announced an easing of restrictions from 11.59pm Thursday 10 June. All Victorian residents must wear a mask everywhere except inside their own home.
Find out how this impacts Council services, facilities and events
Find out about climate change, what Council is doing and what you can do at home.
Find out more about some of the biodiversity and land management projects that council is currently involved in.
See our comprehensive list of environmental publications
Find out about our upcoming environmental activities
Apply now for environment and land management rebates and financial assistance / incentives
Find out more about local environmental and land management groups, volunteering and citizens science opportunities; and about the advice and support that Council can provide to landholders
Find out about bushland reserves and wetlands, native flora and fauna, Community Environment Recovery Action Plans, pest animals and weeds.
Find out how to manage pests including Queensland fruit fly, foxes, rabbits, deer, Indian myna, European wasps, European honey bees, rats and mice.
All about green living for homeowners, low income households, renters, landlords, preparing for weather, in the garden, at work, building and cleaning.
Find out about Nillumbik's bin collection, what goes in each bin, A-Z recycling guide, hard waste and Recycling and Recovery Centre.
Find out about the weeds that pose a threat that could impact the bushland and agricultural areas of Nillumbik.
The Environment and Sustainability Advisory Committee provides a formal mechanism for Council to consult with key stakeholders, seek specialist advice and enable community participation.
Civic Drive, Greensborough, Australia
PO Box 476, Greensborough VIC 3088, Australia
Ph: 9433 3111
National Relay Service
TTY call 133 677
Speak and listen call 1300 555 727
Find out more about contacting us
Nillumbik Shire Council acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung as the Traditional Owners of this country, pays tribute to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Nillumbik, and gives respect to Elders past, present and emerging and their integral part in our region's history.