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The following section provides information on the Flora and Fauna native to Monash as well as information for home owners on the natural environment and council involvement.
A nature strip is an area of public land between the property boundary and the kerb, excluding any public pavement.
Our ten neighbourhood houses offer a broad range of social, educational, recreational and support programs and activities.
The Waverley Netball Association and Centre are both located within the city of Monash.
Networking is a great way to grow and develop your business. Networks provide businesses with the ability to share information and gain access to other business products and services.
Would you like to start your own business? The following is a useful nine-point guide that will help you discover what you will need, while pointing you to several useful websites.
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Noise pollution is with us almost all the time. We often do not recognise how serious its effects can be.
If an animal is a nuisance, such as a barking dog, you can complain to us.
Last updated: 14 September 2016