Have Your Say: Woodlupine Brook Living Stream Enhancement

Published on 19 April 2017
Category: Public Comment

The Shire of Kalamunda has developed a concept plan to turn the drain along the Woodlupine Brook into a living stream. The Shire is seeking community’s thoughts on the proposed plan, which includes:

  • development of a new recreational pathway network to provide improved continuous access along the public open space
  • open areas of grass for passive recreation
  • enhancement of existing garden beds
  • realignment of the Brook.

View Concept Plan (PDF, 13.7MB)

Further Information?

The Shire is hosting a Drop-In Session.
Date: Wednesday 17 May 2017 3.30pm - 5.00pm
Venue: Wattle Grove Nature Playground, Lenihan Corner, Wattle Grove
The Shire encourages you to come along, view the plans and provide your thoughts. There will be fun activities for the kids, free fruit and refreshments.
To register your attendance at the Drop-In Session or for further information please phone 9257 9999 or email kala.shire@kalamunda.wa.gov.au.


Comments to be received by 5pm on 29 May 2017

Any person who wishes to comment on the concept plan is required to forward a written comment to:

Online: see online form below
By Email:
By Post:
Shire of Kalamunda,
PO Box 42,
Kalamunda 6926

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