Please note the fire danger period has commenced for Moorabool Shire.
We are committed to sustaining our natural environment for the enjoyment of future generations.
Moorabool Shire’s natural environment is diverse and special. Our great ranges, plains, and rugged river gorges create a spectacular home rich with plants and animals. We use a range of strategies and initiatives to ensure the preservation of our beautiful backyard now and into the future.
All land managers have a responsibility to manage their land sustainably.
Landcare is a community-based volunteer movement that facilitates and coordinates actions to care for our land.
Your garden can make a big difference to the biodiversity of Moorabool Shire, no matter how big or small
Need help or information? Get general environmental and Landcare information.
Council is dedicated to managing and controlling the spread of noxious weeds on our roadsides and reserves, as per the requirements of the Catchment and Land Protection Act 1994.
Council recommends revegetating using indigenous plants.
Learn about the how Council maintains open space including parks and playgrounds throughout the shire.
Let us know what beautiful nature you are finding in the Shire! Record a sighting of a new bird or plant or animal.
Council is responsible for maintaining trees in public areas. If you notice an issue with a tree you can report it here
Roadsides provide landscape character and act as wildlife corridors that link isolated areas of bushland.