Just like a natural bushland, certain plants like to grow together, and certain plants don’t. Companion plants help each other grow healthier and stronger, they help to attract pollinators, reduce insect pests, improve soil fertility and ultimately produce more leaves, stems, flowers and fruits.
Council encourages residents to live more sustainably and we offer a range of options to support you on your journey.
The Sustainable Living Guide lists a variety of activities you can undertake in your day to day activities to ensure you're doing your best to be sustainable. Find out more.
This year's event is all about helping you make or save money by buying or selling secondhand and with new ways to get involved both online and in the real world, you can take part no matter what restrictions are in place.
Worm farming is a natural way to recycle fruit and vegetable waste.
Composting is nature’s way of recycling. Millions of compost critters live and feed on compost, breaking down the organic waste to return valuable nutrients back to the soil.