A range of flood recovery information and support is available through our online flood hub.
Flood recovery information
Everyone has a responsibility to use resources and manage their land in a way that doesn’t impact negatively on the environment.
Find information about firewood collection
Find information on flora and fauna native to the Shire
Find information about Council's responsibilities for managing roadsides and reserves
Find information on vegetation management
Find information about the management of pest animals and weeds.
We know that a successful future depends on understanding how we can reduce our human impact and help our environment become more resilient to change.
Murrindindi Shire Council is committed to combating climate change. We know that climate change poses serious risks to our health, our unique landscapes and our way of life – and we are already feeling its impacts.
Assess your land and manage it in a way that protects and enhances the natural environment, provides a healthy and safe environment for animals and is appropriate for the time you have available.
'The Ground Storey' explores the role of - and need for - fallen logs, branches, sticks, and leaves as habitat. Download a copy of the Ground Storey booklet.
There are many active community groups in Murrindindi Shire working towards enhancing our natural environment, reducing our ecological impact and preserving resources for future generations.