Drain to become a Living Stream

Published on 19 April 2017

Concept Plan - Woodlupine Brook Living Stream

The Shire of Kalamunda has developed a concept plan to turn the drain along the Woodlupine Brook into a living stream. The concept plan relates to the section of Woodlupine Brook from Hardey Road East, through to Lenihan Corner in Wattle Grove.

CEO Rhonda Hardy said, “The Shire is seeking the community’s thoughts on the proposed concept plan. The plan includes a new recreational pathway network to provide improved continuous access along the public open space, open areas of grass for passive recreation, the enhancement of existing garden beds and realignment of the Brook.”

The Shire will host a drop in session at the Wattle Grove Nature Playground at 3:30pm – 5:00pm on Wednesday 17 May 2017 and encourages you to come along, view the plans and provide your thoughts. There will also be some fun activities for the kids, free fruit and refreshments.

The concept plan was developed by Syrinx environmental and takes into account the environmental value of the current site, proposing to retain all of the large mature trees along the length of the brook, as well as undertaking significant revegetation of the site.

Have your say on the draft concept plan here

The public comment period will close on the 29 May 2017.

To register your attendance at the drop-in session please phone 9257 9999 or email kala.shire@kalamunda.wa.gov.au

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