South Australia

Permits are required. Payment with application. Use plants less than 500mm in height and should not be environmentally invasive, prickly, climbers or a weed species....

 Councils and Policies /  South Australia

This policy assumes that you are going to plan your garden upfront and complete the planting within 14 days from date of approval - and...

 Councils and Policies /  South Australia

"Walking SA is the not-for-profit peak body that leads, promotes and supports all forms of walking in South Australia, including walking for recreation, transport, health,...

 Active Transport /  South Australia

"To make sure your verge garden meets the City of Marion Council requirements, residents are encouraged to read the attached Verge Garden and Development Guidelines....

 Councils and Policies /  South Australia

Prior to any works commencing, complete and submit the Landscaping a Verge Application Form and have it approved. This council also has a No Weed...

 Councils and Policies /  South Australia

As the land owner, the City of Adelaide needs to assess and approve your proposal. We do this by way of a simple nature strip...

 Councils and Policies /  South Australia

Verge gardens are encouraged but permits are required. https://www.charlessturt.sa.gov.au/VergeGardens

 Councils and Policies /  South Australia

Permits required. See the website for guidelines and application form.

 Councils and Policies /  South Australia

Information on website is sparse. Council policy updated in February 2021 is at https://www.campbelltown.sa.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0022/236524/Road-Verge-Development-and-Maintenance-Policy-effective-23-February-2021.pdf

 Councils and Policies /  South Australia