Our bushland is made up of native plants which together form different vegetation communities that cover large areas of the Northern Beaches. Our bushland is vital habitat for native animals from the threatened pygmy possums and powerful owls, to the common swamp wallaby and ring tail possum. The plants in bushland areas clean our air and together with the soil, filter the water running into our waterways.
Your bushland and the environment need volunteers. Get involved and you can make a big difference.
Understand what the Northern Beaches Council is doing and what you can do to protect yourself from bushfires and minimise the dangers.
We care for our valuable bushland that is home to numerous native plants and animals.
Australia has many species of plants but many are endangered.
The Northern Beaches is the perfect environment for a native garden. Native plants provide food, protection and water for our native wildlife.
The Northern Beaches has a lot of different vegetation communities and Council is committed to protecting these areas.
Photo: Jayden Walsh
Wildlife Protection Areas are public places set apart to protect vulnerable native wildlife from the impact of cats and dogs.