Wingecarribee Public Library branches are closed until the 31 January 2022, as we manage the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation. Click and collect is now available from the 6 January 2022 at Bowral Library from 10am - 3pm, Monday to Friday. Find out more by visiting the below link:
The Environment and Sustainability Branch coordinate projects, programs and events for the community to get involved in. This includes bushcare volunteering, citizen science, private land conservation, biodiversity and sustainability projects, and environmental events (e.g Earth Hour and School Environment Day). We also develop educational content for the community and schools.
Bushcare and Rivercare is all about restoring the resilience of natural areas on Council owned or managed land. Bushcare groups work in bushland reserves and Rivercare groups work in riparian areas near waterways. Find out more about the available opportunities.
Are you interested in contributing to science and discovery? Are you interested in biodiversity and conservation? If you answered yes to these questions, then this page is for you!
Community gardens are part of a growing movement towards growing your own local food, with many benefits for personal and environmental health and social togetherness.
Council supports and promotes a number of events each year with the support of the Environment Levy. These events include Schools Environment Day, World Environment Day, National Tree Day and more.
Council’s environment and sustainability resource page to assist teachers, students and the community access information about project resources, environmental events and other educational material.
Habitat for Wildlife is about providing a backyard garden that is wildlife friendly, and is for people who live in the Wingecarribee Shire who love native animals.
Land For Wildlife is a free, voluntary program which aims to encourage and assist private landholders to provide habitats for wildlife on their property, even though the property may be managed primarily for other purposes.
Council is continuing to support local schools with environmental education by providing resources/information, hosting events and delivering presentations to students.
Find out more about what you can do in your own home and what other Wingecarribee residents have done to reduce the impacts of climate change.