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    13041: Mundy Regional Park and Crumpet Creek, Kalamunda National Park

    The 375 hectare Kalamunda National Park is located on the Darling Scarp to the east of the Perth metropolitan area.

    The Park is forested with Wandoo and Marri woodland interspersed with granite outcrops, and is notable for its diversity of native plants.

    This project will target weed threats in two parts of the Park - Crumpet Creek and Mundy Regional Park.

    Investment: $ 10 000
    Delivery organisation: Nature Reserves Preservation Group Incorporated
    Project duration: February 2014 - October 2014
    Location: Mundy Regional Park and Rocky Pool Creek line, Kalamunda
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