Council's sustainability programs and strategies help protect native bush and wildlife, and minimise waste and energy use in Eurobodalla.
With the help of volunteers, Council protects local bushland, the marine environment and native animals, provides fish tackle bins on beaches, delivers invasive species programs and practical work to clean up and protect our environment.
We can help you to make your home, business, garden or school more sustainable. We also have information about the NSW and Australian Government water incentive, power saving and sustainable business programs and rebates.
Find out what Council is doing
We host fun events like plant swaps and composting workshops and environmental education programs for local schools. We've also taken action to reduce Council's greenhouse gas emissions and save over $1m a year in energy and water costs.
Come to our upcoming events that celebrate the environment and teach people about sustainability.
The annual hard waste (junk) collection is for properties in Akolele, Tilba Tilba, Central Tilba, Mystery Bay, Narooma to bridge.
The annual hard waste (junk) collection is for properties in Tuross Head, Congo, Bingie, Meringo and Bergalia.
The annual hard waste collection is for properties in Moruya, South Head, Glenduart, Mogo, Garlandtown, Malabar Drive, Bimbimbie.
The annual hard waste collection is for properties in Broulee, Mossy Point, Tomakin, Guerilla Bay, Rosedale.
The hard waste collection is for properties in Malua Bay, Lilli Pilli, Denhams Beach, Surf Beach, Sunshine Bay (to Bronte Cres)
The annual hard waste collection is for properties in Surfside, Long Beach, Maloneys Beach, South Durras.
Drop-off your hazardous chemicals for free at Moruya on 23 September 2017.