Updated: 21 October 2021
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There are many rules and regulations for tree removal, but the first step is contacting your local council or relevant authority.
You can also find this information online at the Tree Preservation Order TPO document. Some councils might require one while others won't depending on how big of an area you plan on removing native vegetation from around the house as well size restrictions imposed by law (e.g., no larger than two metres).
Again, it will depend on your local council but in most cases the below trees will not need a permit to remove the:
The cost of tree removal in VIC will vary from city to city. Tree removals in Melbourne are more expensive on the east coast, but less so for Ballarat residents compared with those living near Melbourne's central business district (CBD).
The average price per medium-sized shrub/smaller conifer is $1,290 across all Victorian councils - this ranges between $450 and $3 400.