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Riverbank funding to restore Perth’s river systems

The McGowan Government is investing $1.5 million into local projects which will enhance and restore the Swan and Canning Rivers.

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Latest Community Rivercare Program projects revealed

Funding for successful projects under the fourth round of the McGowan Government's Community Rivercare Program has been announced.

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Study reveals Ningaloo Coast an economic hub for WA

The World Heritage listed Ningaloo Coast generated more than 1,000 jobs and contributed an additional $110 million to the Western Australian economy last year, a study has revealed.

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Visitors reminded to take note of park closures

With severe fire weather conditions forecast across much of the State over the coming days, people camping or visiting WA's national parks and attractions are being reminded to remain vigilant and prepare for bushfires.

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Construction tenders called for new playground at Mangrove Cove

The McGowan Government is calling for construction tenders for the next stage of works at Mangrove Cove in Bunbury.

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McGowan Government’s advocacy rewarded with Large Air Tanker for this bushfire season

The McGowan Government's advocacy over many years for better aerial firefighting support has been acknowledged with the addition of a Large Air Tanker to the State's aerial fleet for this bushfire season.

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Proposed marine parks on Buccaneer Archipelago progressing

Traditional owners and the State Government today celebrated a milestone towards the creation of proposed marine parks in the Buccaneer Archipelago, with the release of indicative joint management plans for public comment.

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Milestone for Fitzroy River

Proposed national parks in the Fitzroy River area are one step closer to being finalised following the historic ceremonial signing to progress an Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) with the Bunuba People.

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Lake Kepwari. Photo - Parks and Wildlife Service
Lake Kepwari. Photo - Parks and Wildlife Service

Lake Kepwari transformed into major tourism drawcard

Premier Mark McGowan officially opened the new $5.2 million campground and boating facilities at Collie's Lake Kepwari today, marking the delivery of a major election commitment to drive tourism and support the local economy.

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Cape to Cape mountain bike race
Cape to Cape mountain bike race

New resource exploring the accessibility of WA’s national parks

The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) has released a new resource for people with disability, their families and carers that highlights the accessibility improvements in Western Australia's national parks and reserves.

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