Growing our urban canopy and supporting local wildlife
New and improved parks, green roofs and walls, streetscape gardening and hundreds of new trees will help cover 40% of the city in greenery by 2050.
More than 120 bird species visit or live in our city. Have you spotted these feathered friends? The Aussie Backyard Bird Count is on 19 to 25 October.
The black swan couple of these inner city wetlands recently became proud parents to a brood of cygnets.
Long-missing tiny marine creatures are set to return to Rushcutters Bay.
Hundreds of community members come together to plant over 1,500 native plants in Forest Lodge on Sunday 28 July.
A City of Sydney grant for a pioneering program could reduce stormwater pollution of our spectacular waterways using native sea animals.
Following the City of Sydney's release of a free habitat creation guide, we drop in on a lush, wild garden, complete with native plants, trees and a frog pond.
Meet the newest (and cutest) members of the park’s feathered family.
Sydney’s future looks green with new wallbots.
There are only a few spots left for an adventure to Scheyville National Park.
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