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
Complete a Greenweb grant application form. You’ll need to provide information about your property, including:
- 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.
Attach documents that support your application, including photographs.
Applications are assessed for environmental outcomes by a panel comprised of Council's Bushcare, Greenweb and Natural Areas staff.
Find out if your property is eligible using the ‘Greenweb’ layer in Shire Maps:
- Select Environment in the left panel drop down.
- Click Greenweb.
- Click the four horizontal lines next to the Layers heading near the top of the page, then click Show Legend.
- 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.