The City is working on a number of restoration projects to manage and improve its natural areas, bush land and foreshore reserves.
Bodkin Park Living Stream
In partnership with the South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare (SERCUL) and Water Corporation, the City has received a grant from Perth NRM to establish a new living stream at Bodkin Park.
Clontarf Waterford Salter Point Foreshore
The Clontarf-Waterford-Salter Point Foreshore is an extensive area of natural reserves, estuarine conservation wetlands, Bush Forever Site and public open space that occupies approximately 34 hectares of Canning River foreshore land.
Restoration of Mt Henry Spit
Restoration works at Mt Henry Spit will manage foreshore erosion, enhance the ecology of foreshore and dryland areas and provide options for well integrated public access infrastructure such as pathways.
Cloisters Reserve Rehabilitation and Restoration
Rehabilitation and restoration works have been undertaken at Cloisters Reserve in response to the areas that were burned by fire in 2015.
Cygnia Cove Natural Areas Restoration
There are a number of recently completed and current restoration works underway at Cygnia Cove including general maintenance, weed control and revegetation.
Clontarf Foreshore Asbestos Removal and Restoration
The Clontarf Foreshore restoration project includes weed control, asbestos removal and site restoration.
Sir James Mitchell Park Lakes Sedge Planting Trial
The recently completed lakes sedge planting trial at Sir James Mitchell Park will improve the environmental qualities of Lake Hurlingham and Lake Douglas.