We love sharing information about our environment and how we can protect it. Council has several environmental education programs that you can be part of.
You can also check out our Sustainable Living pages for tips on how you can help the environment.
Some of our school programs include poster competitions, composting workshops, tours of natural areas, waste education and no-dig gardening.
We have plenty of resources to share, and are happy to answer your questions or tailor a program to suit your class’ needs.
Email or call us on (02) 4227 7111 to arrange an environmental activity for your school.
We often run environmental workshops and events to help residents learn more about topics like reducing waste, keeping chickens, cooking and exploring natural areas.
Upcoming workshops and environmental events are shown below.
You can also sign up for e-news to get updates about events and sustainable living.
Rise & Shine
Rise & Shine is an environmental clean-up program that encourages the community help improve our environment. Many local schools take part in this program, and it's a great way for students to take a hands-on approach to caring for their local area.
We also have an annual schools competition and awards program as part of Rise & Shine.
Visit the Rise & Shine page to find out more.
- Aboriginal Culture and Communities
- Coast and Waterways
- Trees and Plants
- Natural Areas
- Native Animals
- Pest Animals
- Climate Change
- Environmental Education
Floods and Stormwater
- Allans Creek Catchment
- Brooks Creek Catchment
- Collins Creek Catchment
- Duck Creek Catchment
- Fairy and Cabbage Tree Creeks Catchment
- Hewitts Creek Catchment
- Kully Bay Catchment
- Lake Illawarra Catchment
- Minnegang Creek Catchment
- Mullet Creek Catchment
- Northern Suburbs Catchment
- Towradgi Creek Catchment
- Wollongong City Catchment
- Stormwater Pollution
- Parking and Transport
- Public Toilets
- Wollongong CBD
- History and Heritage
- Memorial Gardens and Cemeteries
- Sister Cities
- Filming and Photography