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The City of Melville conducts numerous environmental projects with the aim of protecting the quality and integrity of the City's ecosystems. Find out what's currently up in the environment.
The feral bee control project aims to increase native fauna biodiversity by removing feral honeybees in natural tree hollows in 11 bush lands in The City of Melville.
This project aims to control feral animals in bushland areas of the City of Melville in order to protect and maintain local biodiversity.
This Dieback project aims to map and treat Phytophthora dieback in the City of Melville’s bushland reserves.
Harry Sandon Park is a valuable bushland remnant that contains a rich diversity of plants and animals. To minimise further damage to the reserve, installation of a perimeter fence is planned.