GREENWAYS

TOP TEN PLACES TOO PRECIOUS TO LOSE

UNDER THREAT RIGHT NOW

The Greens have compiled the following list of areas of Perth’s most precious natural habitat that each have values of high conservation value, under direct threat from unnecessary clearing or destruction, largely as a result of urban sprawl (population, housing, and housing materials demands).

 

These are:

 

1. Beeliar Wetlands, Bibra Lake: (112ha)

2. Point Peron and Mangles Bay, Rockingham and Shoalwater (69ha)

3. Underwood Avenue Bushland, Shenton Park (32ha)

4. Keralup Bushland, Singleton (48ha)

5. Redcliffe‐Forrestfield bushland and wetland (112ha)

6. Stratton Bushland, Stratton (16.5ha)

7. Anstey‐Keane Damplands, Forrestdale (203ha)

8. Lake Nowergup, Carabooda (7ha)

9. Point Grey Peninsula, Harvey Estuary (7ha foreshore habitat/10ha water body)

10. Tamala Park, Clarkson (72.5ha)

 

 

Total: 689 hectares of conservation value natural areas under threat

 

Authorised by Chris Dickinson & Adam Duncan, the Greens (WA), Ground Floor 445 Hay St Perth