Western Australia

Posted 2 months ago

Excellent policy and guidelines with lots of tips to assist residents in establishing their verge gardens, particulary with native plants. "The City encourages the use...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 months ago

A group for the people in the City of Melville who advocate for maintaining our urban canopy and replacing lost canopy due to infill.

 Online Discussion Groups /  Western Australia

Posted 3 months ago

Private facebook group The NTCA is an inclusive group of tree lovers from our community, councillors, academics and other interested parties, working to preserve and...

 Online Discussion Groups /  Western Australia

Posted 5 months ago

No written approval is required for verges containing natural lawn, garden or organic mulch. ​For any other materials acceptable under their policy, you must submit...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 6 months ago

Community verge rejuvenation projects within the Mandurah area with a focus on creating wildlife habitat and connecting corridors. https://www.facebook.com/Mandurah-Verges-for-Wildlife-264785634032163/

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Posted 12 months ago

This council encourages residents to get together with neighbours to transport their verges to increase biodiversity and reduce water usage. Rebates are available. You need...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 2 years ago

Approval is not required for low shrubs and groundcovers, mulch, organic and some surface treatments but the installation must meet the Guidelines A Waterwise Verge...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 2 years ago

Joondalup have a fairly basic set up guidelines - low growing plants to maintain visibility, clear access for pedestrians, no trees.  Options for hard landscaping....

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 2 years ago

City of Vincent council is a leader in verge gardening. Not only do they allow gardens, they include a verge garden category in their annual...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

You do not need approval for: a low growing water wise garden reticulation verges mulched with organic mulch lawn You do need approval for: paving...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

"In the interest of our future wellbeing, the Town wishes to encourage verge gardens that are water wise, aesthetically pleasing and that reflect our natural,...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

The Shire encourages the residents to plant drought tolerant verge treatments Link to policy "Road Verge Development" is available on the Council's policies page https://www.esperance.wa.gov.au/council-policies

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

This council also has a Water Wise Verge Incentive Scheme that offers residents a rebate of up to $500 on creating a WA native waterwise...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

Local native plants encouraged. See the website for guidelines and application form.

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

You do not need permission for low growing water-wise verge gardens. An application form is available for alternative gardens. See the City's Street Verge Landscape...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

The City allows residents to plant or install lawn, plants and/or organic mulch on the verge without prior approval. See their website for guidelines and...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

See the council website for policy and Verge Garden Tips booklet. Low growing local natives are recommended. The City’s Bushcare officers can provide advice on...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

"The City encourages the planting out the verge with ground cover, grass, small shrubs or an edible garden. Where the verge is adjacent to a...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

"The City encourages residents to take pride in their street verges to enhance the visual and economic value of their properties and the streetscape as...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

The City of Subiaco encourages residents to establish and maintain the verge adjacent to their property. The city encourages landscaping that uses low water use...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

"The City encourages residents to grow water-wise, native, or edible gardens on their verges. Converting verge lawns to water wise gardens is estimated to save around...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

Posted 3 years ago

"The City of Mandurah encourages soft landscaping treatments and supports the Water Corporation’s initiative of Waterwise verges." See https://www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/live/trees-and-verges/street%20trees%20and%20verges and follow the links for detailed...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia