Eurobodalla Shire Council welcomes your development enquiries. Information about our natural environment, economy and social and cultural heritage will help guide your approach.
There are a number of endangered ecological communities present in Eurobodalla, numerous threatened fauna and flora species, and vast areas of bushland in National Parks, State Forest and on private land.
Council has a responsibility to preserve the coast for its natural beauty and the major contribution it makes to our economy and lifestyle, and to ensure resilience to the natural hazards.
Eurobodalla’s community is ageing at a rate faster than the national average. We have a growing youth population but retain a lower proportion of young adults, as many leave the area following high school.
The economic strategies, reports and tools on this page provide further economic information that creates a detailed understanding of the opportunities and issues facing Eurobodalla.