City of Cockburn, PO Box 1215, Bibra Lake DC, Western Australia, 6965
Telephone: (08) 9411 3444

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RESIDENT WORM FARM AND COMPOST SUBSIDIES

Join a worm farm and/or composting workshop!  
Great offers of subsidised worm farms, compost and bokashi bins as part of our Resident Worm Farm and Compost Subsidy Program. 

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HABITAT FOR HOMES

Urban gardens and street scapes provide a great opportunity for native animals to find shelter and food.  The City encourages it's residents and business owners to create habitat for native animals by growing native gardens and having bird baths.

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NATIVE PLANT SUBSIDY SCHEME

City of Cockburn offers residents the opportunity to purchase local native plants for their gardens at a subsidised price during the month of May.

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CAT STERILISATION SUBSIDY

The City of Cockburn offers a subsidy of $50.00 towards the cost of cat sterilisation which may be claimed following production of a sterilisation certificate from a registered Vet.

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LANDOWNER BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION GRANT

The Landowner Biodiversity Conservation Grant Program is intended to give financial and natural resource management training support to Cockburn landowners living, who wish to conserve and enhance the natural bushland and wetland areas on their property.

Application Form

Final Report Form

Voluntary Management

Voluntary Brochure

Better Tomorrow Sustainability Grants brochure

A BETTER TOMORROW SUSTAINABILITY GRANTS

A Better Tomorrow Sustainability Grants will assist the City's stakeholders in the development and implementation of a range of sustainability projects.

Before submitting an application, please contact the City's Sustainability Officer to discuss your ideas.

Sustainability Grants Application form

Sustainability Grants Guideline

Sustainability Grants Brochure

 

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