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Learn how to attract bees and butterflies to your garden.
We have two community gardens in our Council area
Free service for City of Tea Tree Gully residents only* – ID required (rates notice, drivers licence or utilities bill)
Get growing! Bring the bush to your backyard with 10 native plants for $10
Grow It Local is your local grow community. A celebration of backyard, balcony, community and window-sill farmers across the country.
An important objective of biodiversity management is restoring habitat for a diversity of native wildlife.
Learn about attracting native bees to your backyard and visit the native bee 'hotel' along Linear Park in Highbury.
Native grasslands are an important part of the ecology in the City Tea Tree Gully providing habitat for a variety of wildlife.
Tea Tree Gully Council reminds residents to remove the following declared pest plants from their gardens if possible
We are planning to help support the Superb Fairywren along the Dry Creek corridor through a variety of initiatives.