Greenweb grants are provided to restore or improve bushland on private properties. This includes:

  • removing invasive weeds
  • regeneration and revegetation of natural bushland with native flora
  • stabilising creek banks and slopes
  • creating or protecting native wildlife habitats.

Grants of up to $2,000 may be awarded for each application. Up to $20,000 is awarded each year.

Applications can be made by eligible property owners from 1 August until 31 August each year.

How to apply

1. Complete the Greenweb grant application form. You’ll need to provide information about your property, including:

  • location
  • size
  • Greenweb network status
  • types of plants on your property
  • presence - or absence - of threatened plant or animal species
  • bushland regeneration underway on or near your property
  • the ecological restoration work you would like to undertake.

2. Attach documents that support your application, including photographs.

3. Applications are assessed for environmental outcomes by a panel comprised of the Council's Bushcare, Greenweb, and Natural Areas staff.

Eligible Properties

Find out if your property is eligible using the ‘Greenweb’ layer in Shire Maps:

  1. Select Environment in the left panel drop down.
  2. Click Greenweb.
  3. Click the four horizontal lines next to the Layers heading near the top of the page, then click Show Legend.
  4. Enter your address in the search field. Your property will be highlighted by a blue boundary line and you will be able to see if you are located within one of the three Greenweb sub-categories.

Apply to Greenweb Grant - (Submissions will open from 1 August 2023)