Our spectacular coastline and natural bushland are home to around 75 threatened native plant and animal species and significant Aboriginal sites. This makes Northern Beaches a unique living environment with precious features that are vulnerable to pressures from development, pollution and climate change. Find out here, how we’re safeguarding all of this.
Your bushland and the environment need volunteers. Get involved and you can make a big difference.
Clean water, clean air, protected bushland, sustainable development. That’s the future we’re building.
We live on an extraordinarily beautiful coast. Protecting the natural wonders of our coast and waterways is a council and community priority.
The Northern Beaches Coastal Environment Centre provides experiential environmental education programs for everybody.
There are so many ways you can help to create significant impacts on our bushland, beaches and waterways.
Feral animals are thriving on the Northern Beaches. Council is working to control these populations but you can help too.
Manly Environment Centre is an action and education environment centre that cares for and protects our unique environment.
Our native animals are precious creatures and the Northern Beaches is home to many of them.
The Northern Beaches is home to hundreds of native plant and tree species, subspecies and varieties.
Find out what Council is does and what you can do to protect your home or business from the natural hazards encountered from time to time.
Keeping the Northern Beaches free of pollution is key to maintaining the beautiful environment we live in.
Know what’s possible if trees need to be pruned or removed on your property or public land or if you want to know what tree to plant.
Weeds are invasive species and are a threat to the native biodiversity of the Northern Beaches.