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Millers Pool

Millers Pool

May 5, 2017 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  The new design of Millers Pool aims to reflect the rich history of the site whilst recreating the habitat once used by local fauna. Prior to the redevelopment in 2016, Millers Pool was known as an important breeding ground for Black Bream (Acanthopagrus butcheri). The pool provided a sheltered environment for the juvenile fish,…

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North Fremantle Foreshore Management Plan

North Fremantle Foreshore Management Plan

December 1, 2016 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  The City of Fremantle appointed Ecoscape, in association with Lush Fire and Planning, to develop a vegetation management plan, incorporating bushfire management, for the North Fremantle Foreshore.  This resulting document, North Fremantle Foreshore Vegetation Management, address management of risks to native vegetation communities, aims to improve ecological integrity, enhance passive recreational values, preserve heritage…

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East Fremantle Foreshore Master Plan

East Fremantle Foreshore Master Plan

June 3, 2016 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  The river foreshore is one of the Town of East Fremantle’s most important assets as it contains physical, biological, cultural, aesthetic and recreational diversity. In fact, it is one the most diverse foreshore areas on the entire Swan Canning River system. The functioning of the foreshore is underpinned by important foreshore infrastructure such as…

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Beachridge Estate – Urban Development

Beachridge Estate – Urban Development

February 9, 2014 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  Beachridge Estate is situated 200km north of Perth, in one of the most striking and biologically diverse regions. It is fast becoming a unique tourism destination surrounded by the Jurien Bay Marine Park, the Lesueur National Park and the Pinnacles Desert in the Nambung National Park. Potable water resources are not plentiful and with…

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Dongara to Cape Burney Coastal Vegetation Survey

Ecoscape assessed the coastal vegetation between Dongara and Cape Burney in order to provide information on the vegetation communities and condition, and identify areas of conservation significance. Plant communities were identified from the field survey and statistical analysis of 25 floristic quadrats. The areas having the highest conservation significance were also preliminarily identified. The results…

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Lancelin Foreshore & Land Use Management Plan

Community groups and members of the public were consulted to obtain opinions on issues related to the coast and used during the formulation of the plan. Key issues addressed in the plan included management of different usage zones and recreation nodes with consideration given to requirements for access, infrastructure, conservation, tourism and risk management. Expertise…

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Natural Areas Management Plan, Cottesloe

Natural Areas Management Plan, Cottesloe

January 9, 2014 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

The strategy set out a management framework for each natural area through a 5 year program, aiming to provide a more united approach towards natural area management through an efficient allocation of resources. All natural areas within the Town were organised in a framework according to common social and environmental characteristics to prioritise and develop…

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Port Rockingham Foreshore Management Plan

Port Rockingham Foreshore Management Plan

January 9, 2014 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  The proposal for the Port Rockingham Marina was developed in response to the acute shortage of boat mooring facilities in the Perth metropolitan area. Located approximately 40km south of the Perth CBD, the Foreshore Management Plan covers approximately 7.0 hectares of coastal foreshore. The development aims to provide boat mooring and refueling facilities, a…

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Coral Bay Foreshore Management Plan

Coral Bay Foreshore Management Plan

January 8, 2014 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

Coral Bay is the most developed access point to the Ningaloo Marine Park and is an important tourism settlement within increased visitation. The Department of Environment and Conservation recognised the need to manage this significant site and commissioned a Foreshore Management Plan. A key outcome was to engage the community to determine the current and…

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Coral Bay Local Structure Plan

Coral Bay Local Structure Plan

October 30, 2013 | Under | Posted by | No Comments

  Ecoscape were commission by the Shire of Carnarvon with lead consultants Aurecon to prepare a strategic vision and structure plan for the Coral Bay Coastal Node to gazette its status as a township. The aim of the Coral Bay Settlement Structure Plan is to establish a clear direction for the future planning, development and…

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