Wollondilly is filled with unique wildlife and nature. Discover how Council manages and protects wildlife and nature.
‘Land for Wildlife’ is a voluntary program that assists landholders to maintain wildlife habitats on their property. Registration is a free and non-binding agreement between the Community Environment Network and landholders.
Council have measures to reduce the total of wild rabbits in the Shire. Find out more.
Wollondilly residents can now borrow fox traps and monitoring cameras from the Robin Davies Wollondilly Community Nursery. Expert advice and training in the use of a fox trap will also be given prior to the fox trap loan. Property inspections can also be arranged.
You’re invited to join in the 2021 Aussie Backyard Bird Count, running October 18 - 24!Our common backyard species give us the best indication of the health of our natural environment – think of birds as a barometer for nature!That’s why each October, people count how many birds they see...
Council is working on reducing opportunities for flying foxes to roost near homes. Find out more.
Wollondilly has a diverse range of flora, fauna and ecological communities. Discover Biodiversity in Wollondilly.
Do you have an interest in exploring nature?
The Wollondilly Koala Conservation Project focusses on ensuring the protection and conservation of koalas in our Shire.
Retain remnant indigenous vegetation.