Eurobodalla Shire's 83 beaches, four major river systems and lakes, and many islands and estuaries are all occupied by a rich variety of sea, bird and animal life. Our 110 kilometres of coastline includes the Batemans Marine Park and 3,400 square kilometres of land. More than 80 per cent of the land is either national park or state forest.
Our natural environment supports diverse ecosystems including mangroves, salt marshes and sea grasses. Eurobodalla is also home to many threatened species and endangered ecological communities, including flying-foxes.
Eurobodalla Council has a responsibility to preserve the coast for its natural beauty and ensure settlements are resilient to natural coastal hazards.
Climate and emissions
Climate change has the potential to affect every aspect of our lives, from the natural environment, to economic prosperity and community health and wellbeing.
Together with 300 dedicated local volunteers, we're working to regenerate the bush, and restore estuaries and beaches.
Native and threatened species
We're working to reduce threats and improve conditions that impact negatively on threatened species' habitat and endangered communities.
Weeds, introduced species and feral animals such as rabbits, Indian Mynas and cats damage our unique environment and impact local agricultural systems. Learn how you can control these introduced species on your property.
Resources for schools
Council offers educational tours and school visits, as well as fun activities for families and students to try at home.
Household waste and recycling
Find your suburb's bin days, what you can put in the red, yellow, and green lidded bins, and when the annual hard waste and chemical collections are.