Biodiversity and Vegetation Management 

Albury's biodiversity assets, which includes the Box Gum Grassy Woodland ecological community on Nail Can Hill, the Murray River and its banks, threatened species and unique wildlife and remnant roadside vegetation corridors are listed and mapped in Albury’s Significant Environment Areas.

  • Biodiversity Certification

    Biodiversity Certification

    Our Local Environment Plan has received biodiversity certification from the state government.

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  • Biodiversity Strategy

    Biodiversity Strategy

    Albury is home to a number of threatened plant and animal species.

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  • Trees

    Trees on private property and public land

    AlburyCity manages around 40,000 street trees and 15,000 parkland trees. Here you'll find information about trees including whether you need a permit to prune or cut down trees on your property.

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  • Protecting Albury's Woodlands

    Protecting Albury's Woodlands

    Protecting Albury’s Woodlands is an AlburyCity and state government program to protect Box Gum Grassy Woodland reserves.

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  • River Environment

    River Environment

    With Lake Hume and the Murray River on our doorstep, Albury has many areas of natural river environment that we need to look after.

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  • Sustainable Gardens

    Sustainable Gardens

    Albury’s street trees and suburban gardens provide a range of benefits for our community.

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