Roe 8 / Beeliar Wetlands

Roe 8- Carnaby's Black Cockatoo Habitat

Beeliar Wetlands- Roe Highway Stage 8

Carnaby's Black Cockatoo

Roe Highway Stage 8

Beeliar Wetlands - Roe Highway Stage 8

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[COUNCIL - Thursday, 25 March 2010]
Hon Lynn MacLaren; Hon Simon O'Brien


Lined Skink at Beeliar Wetlands - Endangered Status

Lynn takes the Beeliar campaign federal

Over the misty morning waters of Bibra Lake, Lynn MacLaren MLC showed Fremantle candidate Kate Davis the unique wetlands and wildlife that are threatened by the proposed Roe 8 highway extension.

Capturing the moment was Fremantle Herald photographer Jeremy.

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Could this little moth put the brakes on Roe 8?

Lynn MacLaren MLC has called on the Barnett government to cancel the Roe 8 extension once and for all, after evidence emerged that the critically endangered Graceful Sun-Moth was found along the route of the proposed highway.

The scientist behind the discovery was Murdoch Tafe Environmental Restoration lecturer, Neil Goldsborough (BSc).

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Roe 8 update following June 1 rally

On Tuesday June 1, SouthMetro Connect held an information day and revealed the latest potential design of the Roe Highway extension through Beeliar wetlands.

The 'Discussion Drawing' that was shown to the general public raised a number of concerns. We would like to highlight just a couple.

Firstly, the local Blue Gum Montessori School and the Lake Side Recreation Centre are not labelled on the map, even though they are both very close to the proposed highway. The Roe extension cuts off the recreation centre from those who use it most - residents of Bibra Lake.

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