Western Australia

This council encourages residents to adopt their verge and transform it into a sustainable, waterwise garden using native Australian flora! A Waterwise Verge Rebate is...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

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

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

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

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

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

"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

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

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

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

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

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

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

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

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

"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

"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

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

"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

"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/Services/Public-Works/Trees-and-Verge and follow the links for detailed...

 Councils and Policies /  Western Australia

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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