Protection and management of our native plants and animals is essential for the long-term health of our environment.
Learn about Council's review of native vegetation and areas of environmental significance in the municipality.
Environmental weeds are a major threat to our natural environment.
A detailed reference document providing opportunities for fauna movements in Frankston.
Frankston City is home to a wide variety of animals and wildlife.
Local native (indigenous) vegetation provides shelter and food sources for native wildlife.
Pest animals pose a serious threat to the biodiversity of Frankston City.
Frankston City Council routinely carries out fox control programs within the municipality to reduce pressure on native wildlife.