Wyndham City is looking to increase habitat for wildlife and tree canopy across the municipality through the City Forest and Habitat Strategy.
How you can contribute
Consultation of the first phase for the City Forest and Habitat strategy closed 5pm Friday 16 December however you are still welcome to use Visit My Wyndham – Trees and Nature. The information collected may be used at a later phase. The draft Strategy is expected to be released for public consultation in late 2017.
Share with us your most valued natural places, your favourite trees and/or where you would like to see more trees planted in the future.
- Visit My Wyndham – Trees and Nature, drop a pin on your favourite locations and follow the prompts to help us capture your local knowledge.
- As part of the Strategy, Wyndham will be developing a register of significant trees that require additional care or protection. If you would like to register a significant tree, please include your email address when you place your My Wyndham – Trees and Nature pin on the map and we will contact you to collect further details which will be assessed during further consultation periods.
The first phase of consultation closed 5pm 16 December. You are welcome to still share your knowledge which may be considered during further phases of the Strategy development. The draft Strategy is expected to be released for public consultation in late 2017.
If you have any questions regarding the City Forest and Habitat Strategy, please contact the Environment and Water department on 9742 0777.
Details collected may be used during further phases of consultation for the City Forest and Habitat strategy and/or when assessing a nominated tree for the significant tree register.
Details collected will only be used during consultation for the City Forest and Habitat strategy and/or when assessing a nominated tree for the significant tree register.