Edendale has a Textile Recovery Bin to enable recovery of textiles to divert them from landfill.A range of textiles can be recycled.
Queensland Fruit Fly has been recorded in Nillumbik. Find out how to monitor and manage this pest in your backyard.
Celebrate the local food community in Nillumbik year round with seed libraries, community gardening workshops, food swaps and much more. Join the Home Harvest community!
We sell a range of products to support sustainable living including compost bins, worm farms, Queensland Fruit Fly traps / nets and native plants.
Information on the Home Harvest Seed Libraries, how to use them and tips on seed saving
Learn how you can set up your backyard to grow some food, keep chickens and turn organic household waste into a valuable resource.
The Nillumbik Gardens for Wildlife (G4W) is a partnership between Nillumbik Shire Council and community members to engage the public in creating habitat gardens for local wildlife.
Find a video to interest you and see all of our pre-recorded webinars.
Find out how you can get involved as a volunteer at Edendale and other parts of your community
Find out more about native flora and fauna and weeds that pose a threat in Nillumbik.
Find out how to manage pests including Queensland fruit fly, foxes, rabbits, deer, Indian myna, European wasps, European honey bees, rats and mice.
Find out about the grants, rebates and incentive that support you in living and working sustainably.
Find out useful tips for the home, garden and building site on how you can use eco-friendly practices.
Find out about climate change, what Council is doing, what you can do and our Climate Action Plan 2022-2032.