Moyne Shire is renowned for its natural environment. The municipality has areas of significant coastline, remnant vegetation and historical settlements . Council has a role in maintaining these significant and valued areas for the community and encouraging the community to experience these places. This occurs through Council directly managing its own land, influencing private land management
You can read Moyne Shire's Environmental Sustainability Strategy here(PDF, 628KB)
Reports into groundwater management at the old landfill site at East Beach Port Fairy are available for 2012(PDF, 25MB) and 2014
The CCCOP encourages the community to plant enough trees each year to fully compensate the carbon dioxide (or greenhouse gas equivalent) emissions from Council’s fleet vehicles.
A detailed assesment of sea level rise and coastal hazards around Port Fairy
The Indigenous Plants of Moyne aims to give the community information as to what the Shire's vegetation looked like prior to European settlement.
Council has to produce an approved Roadside Weed and Rabbit Control Plan
Griffiths Island is a sanctuary for plants, birds and animals.
Moyne Shire Council recognises the importance of preparing for hazards identified in the “Port Fairy Local Coastal Hazard Assessment” released in 2013.
Council is seeking nominations for its 2019 Environmental Sustainability Awards.
Tel: +61 3 5568 0555
Fax: +61 3 5568 2515
PO Box 51, Princes Street, Port Fairy, Victoria 3284