Stay-at-home orders for the Byron Shire are in place from 5pm, 21 September for 7 days.Please continue to check the NSW Health website for updated advice.
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Find information about Council’s action on climate change including mitigation and adaptation.
Council plays a key role in protecting our local environment.
Pests such as feral animals and weeds can have a significant impact on local livestock, wildlife and natural bushland.
Byron Shire is home to many native animals, some of which are listed as threatened species.
Find information about planning for our coasts, estuaries and intermittently closed and open lakes and lagoons, or ICOLLs.
Byron Shire has an extremely high level of biodiversity, with this north eastern part of NSW known to support high numbers of rare or threatened plants and animals.
Find out more about Council’s Biodiversity Conservation Strategy.
Information on how you can protect and restore wildlife habitat on your property.