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Bluff Knoll. Photo- Shem Bisluk/DBCA
Bluff Knoll. Photo- Shem Bisluk/DBCA

Iconic Bluff Knoll walk trail reopened after bushfires

People will be able to climb the iconic Bluff Knoll walk trail in Stirling Range National Park from 8am Friday May 22, following four months of work to repair extensive bushfire damage.

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Grants open to assist wildlife rehabilitators

Licensed wildlife rehabilitators are set to benefit from a new grants program announced today by the McGowan Government.

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WA’s national parks welcoming locals to camp once again

Western Australians will once again be able to camp in their local national parks, reserves and State forests from midday Friday, 1 May 2020, following the lifting of some restrictions.

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Consultation paused on Fitzroy River commitments

Consultation on the McGowan Government's Fitzroy River commitments will be paused as the State Government, Aboriginal community and other stakeholders give full attention to the COVID-19 response.

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Collie company breaks ground at Lake Kepwari as project expanded to $5.7 million development

Collie company Cardinal Contractors has completed work on upgrading the first 2.2 kilometres of the access road to Lake Kepwari, as the State Government announces an additional $2.7 million of funding towards the tourism development.

Rosemary Island Turtle Monitoring Program
Rosemary Island Turtle Monitoring Program

Pilbara turtle monitoring program supports endangered hawksbill turtles

Western Australia’s longest running turtle tagging program has completed yet another successful year with a total of 626 marine turtle observations made over a 14-day survey period.

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Call for Swan and Canning river foreshore restoration projects

Swan and Canning river foreshore land managers are encouraged to apply for a share of up to $1 million in funding for restoration projects.

Western ground parrot. Photo: B Barrett, DBCA
Western ground parrot. Photo: B Barrett, DBCA

Support for West Australian bushfire wildlife and habitat recovery

Urgent work to protect animals such as the critically endangered western ground parrot are among the priority Western Australian Government projects being supported by the Morrison Government's initial $50 million wildlife and habitat recovery package.

Rubbish beside the Swan River. Photo: DBCA
Rubbish beside the Swan River. Photo: DBCA

All hands on deck to clean up the Swan River

Environment Minister Stephen Dawson is getting a head start on Clean Up Australia Day, joining hundreds of Western Australians today as they remove rubbish from the Swan River.

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Commercial opportunities in Lane Poole Reserve and Dwellingup

Dwellingup is fast becoming an adventure trail hotspot, with expressions of interest being sought for new commercial nature-based activities in Lane Poole Reserve.