City of Melville Art Collection


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    South St near the BullCreek Shopping Centre (shortly before the freeway)is really busy and dangerous to cross. It would be a lot safer if there was a foot-bridge for people to cross the street to get to and from the shops or bus stop.
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    Wireless Hill is fun because there are lots of activities like making old fashioned equipment (eg camera obscuras), a museum, walk trails, playground and best of all - climb the lookout towers.
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    I like more adventure type playgrounds like at Piney Lakes.
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    We need a local fenced dog area for my dogs to play freely and safely like they do on Perth Whippet Club playdates at Parmelia Peace Park (in Kwinana) and at the dog park in Whiteman Park.
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    We love the river at Deep Water Point so were helping to improve its health by planting edges
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    It would be great if everyone in Melville planted waterwise native plants like we have at the front of our school
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    This is a photo of a bobtail, at Wireless Hill Park. I like that there are native animals in the City.
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    This is Canning Highway. Its really scrary to cross this road, I wish there was a traffic light so I could get to the river safely.
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    This is a Quenda, a local marsupil. I took this photo at the Piney For Kids environment club, where we protect the environment. I think its important to look after our environment.
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    This is our local road - The photos shows why I cant ride on the verge, and my mum says its too dangerous too ride on the road. I wish there was a footpath or a bike path so I could ride my bike to school and to my friends.
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    It represents the wildlife of our beautiful city.
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    This permanent damage changes the look of our beatuiful city.
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    The flower is just like a new day.
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    The rubbish is just like a bad day for the enviromeant and the community.
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    Is show the lake and the trees.
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    Show the bad stuff.
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    It represents a icon at Piney lakes.
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    It represents a broken parking pole which hasnt been fixed.
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    It represents a well designed park to play in
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    To stop people from doing graffiti.
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    I love Point Walter I used to go there lots when I was a kid and going there brings back childhood memories of climbing trees, swimming and jumping off the jetty.
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    Frederick Baldwin Park is a favourite of mine as I have played spotlight with mates and taken my dog for a walk and seeing the poor birds suffer from a drying lake and rubbish saddens me and Id like to see it improved.
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    What my photo represents and what I like about the City of Melville is the cafe in Deep water point where a cafe is located, you can enjoy a cup of coffee while looking out to our beautiful river.
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    What my photo represents and what i dont like about our city is the empty patch of land that is filled with rubbish and weed around our suburbs.
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    The City of Melville Libraries regularly organises fun and interesting activities for students like the Meet a Zac Power Author
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    I would like that all the other schools in The City of Melville participate in the River Ranger program and care for the environment. For example we at Ardross Primary School planted 800 sedges at Deep Water Point which acts as a filter and to prevent erosion.
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    Leeming Senior High Schools brilliant photography classes run by Keith Hedgeland have helped me greatly in creating great photographs and helped inspire many other students to take up photography.
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    The carpark at IGA in Leeming is in serious need of repair. What should be a normal comfortable drive easily becomes an obstacle course in order to dodge the holes.
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    The playgrounds are especially good in Melville.I like the special facilitys witch helped some of my disabled freinds.
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    This photo Represents the fact that we need more proper docks for boats.
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    My photo represents the City of Melville beaches.
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    This photo represents all of the litter around the City of Melville
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    The trees and parks in Melville
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    I dont like the fence in the bottom left corner
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    I like the beaches in Melville. The peaceful enviornment and how it always seems to be litter free.
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    I think the grass could be more green and healthy. Grass is meant to be green and dead grass doesnt look as good as green and healthy grass.
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    We should be very ecofriendly just like our school.
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    I think the thing that is great about Melville is the Deep Water Point. It has lots of trees and it is a lovel place to rest.
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    I think we should take extra care when handling with grass. It is always nice for the grass to be green and healthy instead of having dead grass.
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    Here in Melville there are really good bunch of parks and riverside parks. I have 2 favourite parks Deep Water Point and Heath Coat, I really like the parks so keep them.
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    The problem for Melville in my view is that there are not enough people riding bikes. If not very many people rides bikes that there is more of a chance more people crashing.
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    Good opportunities to play sport in a friendly and fun environment.
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    More sport centres so everyone can support their teams, because there is nothing better than rooting for your team at a sport centre and seeing it for your own eyes.
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    This photo is of Rookwood jetty. My mum and I walk here in the mornings before school and watch the sunrise.
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    This jetty has been closed for repair for a really long time. We are waiting to use it again so we can go fishing.
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    I took a picture of my mum and my dog and the sunset over Canning bridge.I love walking my dog around the river.
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    I really dont like it when fishermen litter by leaving dead fish on the jetty and on footpaths. When I walk my dog she sometimes eats the dead fish and then vomits when she gets home.
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    This is a photo of some newly planted reeds near Deep Water Point. My brother who is a River Ranger from Ardross Primary School helped plant these as part of the river regeneration program.
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    This is a beautiful picture I took of the river with some trees growing on the edge. I think some more reeds and plants could be planted around the edge to stop river erosion.