Biodiversity and Vegetation Management 

Albury’s distinctive natural assets include:

  • conservation areas like the endangered Box Gum Grassy Woodland ecological community on Nail Can Hill
  • newer features like the tree plantings of Thurgoona
  • the Murray River and its banks
  • threatened species and unique wildlife
  • remnant roadside vegetation corridors
  • significant trees
  • suburban gardens
  • re-vegetation areas.

All of these biodiversity assets are listed and mapped in Albury’s Significant Environment Areas .

  • Biodiversity Certification

    Biodiversity Certification

    Our Local Environment Plan has received biodiversity certification from the state government.

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  • Biodiversity Strategy

    Biodiversity Strategy

    Albury is home to a number of threatened plant and animal species.

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  • Trees

    Trees

    Trees are an essential part of our landscape.

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  • Protecting Albury's Woodlands

    Protecting Albury's Woodlands

    Protecting Albury’s Woodlands is an AlburyCity and state government program to protect Box Gum Grassy Woodland reserves.

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  • River Environment

    River Environment

    With Lake Hume and the Murray River on our doorstep, Albury has many areas of natural river environment that we need to look after.

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  • Sustainable Gardens

    Sustainable Gardens

    Albury’s street trees and suburban gardens provide a range of benefits for our community.

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