Our spectacular coastline and natural bushland are home to threatened native plant and animal species. Find out how we’re safeguarding all of this.
The Shoalhaven is home to many native animals and plants, some of which are listed as threatened species.
You can request an inspection of a tree on public land, get involved in Council tree planting or report a problem with a tree.
Pests such a feral animals and weeds can have significant impact on local wildlife, natural bushland and livestock.
The Shoalhaven coastline is approximately 165 kilometres long. The proportion managed by Shoalhaven City Council is more than any other local government area in NSW.
Council plays a key role in protecting our local environment.
Find out about Bushcare and how you can join a Bushcare group in the Shoalhaven and be involved in improving our unique natural environment.
We are committed to maintaining a healthy, safe and sustainable community for everyone.
Nowra City Administration Centre36 Bridge Rd, Nowra NSW 2541
Ulladulla Branch Office14 Deering St, Ulladulla NSW 2539
Shoalhaven City Council acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land in which we live and work and their continuing cultural connections to land and community. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging for they hold the memories, culture, traditions and hopes of the future.