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    13020: Revegetation and erosion control of tuart woodland in Thomas Bushland, Kwinana

    Volunteers celebrate a good day's work at Thomas Bushland. Courtesy City of Kwinana.
    Volunteers celebrate a good day's work at Thomas Bushland. Courtesy City of Kwinana.

    Thomas Bushland (Bush Forever Site 349) is a great example of coastal tuart-banksia woodland. Its tall Tuarts provide habitat for birds such as the whistling kite, and its understorey is home to many ground-dwelling creatures such as quenda.

    This project builds on restoration and community engagement work undertaken at the site in 2013.

    Activities include:

    • weed control
    • feral animal control
    • seed collection
    • stabilisation of a blow-out
    • revegetation with native species local to the area
    • community engagement through a bird workshop and planting activities.
    Investment: $ 13 367
    Delivery organisation: City of Kwinana
    Project duration: January 2014 - June 2015
    Location: Thomas Bushland, adjacent to Thomas Oval Pavilion, Rowson Place, Medina (City of Kwinana)
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