New South Wales

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This is a very basic and quite restrictive policy. You need to submit the form confirming that you will comply with all requirements before planting....
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A very practical policy. Council does the street trees. Residents can plant low-growing gardens. Native plants preferred, no rocks or other trip hazards, leave access...
Volunteers are rehabilitating publicly owned natural bushland. North Sydney has an active Bushcare program of approximately 150 volunteers working in 12 groups around the reserves....
Council has a new Street Garden policy which allows residents to have a garden in the nature strip out the front of their home. The...
No approval is necessary if you stay within the guidelines. Maximum plant height 700mm. Contact the council to request street trees. Native plants preferred. Guidelines,...
Another council who sees verge gardens as an important part of the Urban Forest. This is a fairly low-key policy where you can proceed providing...
We’ve officially launched our Verge Garden Program! Residents and local businesses can now plant on suitable “nature strips” near them, after 3 simple steps: Check...
This policy has been in place for some years. It's not particularly encouraging but if you follow the guidelines, you should be able to plant...
The policy for Nature Strips is at the bottom of the page about Community Gardens. This is the first policy I have seen state explicity...
See the Verge Garden (for the verge outside your home) and Adopt-a-spot Policy and Guidelines. Complete the online Verge Garden Application Form. You need to...
Council supports the planting of verge gardens which make a positive contribution to the local streetscape, provided property owners receive consent from Council and maintain...
Council also allows the planting of low-growing (less than 0.5m), soft foliage plants, with written approval. Council will want assurance that: a 1.5m clearance is...
Broken Hill's policy, "To allow residents and property owners the opportunity to beautify their nature strips by various landscaping works which comply with Council Regulations",...