The Glossy Black-Cockatoo is a charismatic, beautiful bird. It is also vulnerable to extinction. The Glossies in the Mist project aims to protect the beautiful Glossy Black-Cockatoo in the only remaining vegetated corridor between the southern Blue Mountains and Morton National Park.
Green Web is an exciting project which maps high environmental value lands across the Shire, including important wildlife corridors such as the Great Western Wildlife Corridor and Maps priority investment areas for biodiversity conservation, including private lands.
This exciting new project will create a new fine scale vegetation map across all land in the Shire, more accurately identify endangered ecological communities, create an integrated native vegetation resource and establish how the map will be maintained and improved into the future.
Many schools want solar power but are not sure where to start. Solar my School is a free award-winning Council program to help schools navigate a simple path to solar success.
The Southern Highlands Koala Conservation Project was established by Wingecarribee Shire Council in partnership with the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage to take what was the least understood koala colony in NSW at the time, and make it amongst the best understood koala colonies in the country.
The Southern Highlands Platypus Conservation Project aims to gain a better understanding of platypus distribution, habitat, status and threats throughout the Southern Highlands.
The Greater Mount Alexandra Reserve is Council’s largest bushland reserve, and is known for its beauty, biodiversity and indigenous and European heritage. Improving biodiversity and habitat in this area are key components of this project.
The Wall to Wollondilly is a project led by Greening Australia to restore and rehabilitate the Wingecarribee River between the dam wall at Glenquarry and the confluence with the Wollondilly River.