About the Living Stream Project
This project will transform the Brentwood Main Drain and Mandala Crescent Branch Drain from a closed pipe system into an open, living stream.
This project is designed to improve the quality of the water flowing from the drains and their catchments into the Canning River through the use of native plants and a series of basins and riffles to help remove pollutants from the water.
This project is a partnership between Department of Parks and Wildlife, Water Corporation, Main Roads, City of Melville and South East Centre for Urban Landcare (SERCUL).
Construction work began in 2015 with revegetation occurring in winter 2016.
For more information see the Brentwood Living Stream Concept Plan.