Waste and recycling
Water supply and management
Albury Floodplain Management
- Biodiversity and Vegetation Management
Compliance and Rangers
What our gardens do for us
Albury’s suburban gardens don’t just make our city more attractive – they also help us by regulating microclimates around our homes. They act as natural air-conditioners by providing shade and lowering temperatures in summer, which can reduce the amount we spend on artificial airconditioning.
Go local, go native
Suburban gardens in Albury have traditionally been planted with non-native species. These exotic plants have been a big factor in the problem of garden escapees and environmental weeds placing increasing pressure on biodiversity.
The trend towards using local native species in gardens is helping to redress the damage. Suburban gardens planted with local natives contribute to biodiversity by providing habitat for native animals, as well as reducing the risk of environmental weed invasions. Local natives also tend to be more hardy and drought tolerant than exotics.
Make your garden sustainable
Contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a copy of the Garden guide that contains information and ideas about making your garden more sustainable. We will release an online updated version of this guide in 2017 – watch this space!