,

Dr. Brad Petitt supports 'Save Beeliar Wetlands'

"What we now know as the suburbs of Perth used to be a series of interconnected wetlands - now these wetlands are increasing rare and precious. It is vital for biodiversity, for the health of our communities, for future generations that no more…
,

Campaign Timelines

In late 2010 our campaign and its supporters provided the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) with one of the state’s largest numbers of submissions to a Public Environmental Review (PER). Due to this and to other unidentified reasons…
,

Join Wetlands Watch

There are rumours that the proponent will possibly seek to bulldoze ahead of the EPA’s decision making process. This has occurred in the past with Farrington Road bushland. Whilst these are unconfirmed rumours we ask all supporters to be extra…
,

Parliament Votes Supporter Action Needed

In the meantime the Hon. Lynn Maclaren (Greens MLC) has brought a motion to Parliament asking members to vote to delete the Roe8 extension from the Metropolitan Regions Scheme (MRS). This would effectively save our Beeliar Wetlands forever!…
,

Graceful Sun-Moth talk

This talk by Dr Matthew Williams, DEC, will summarize the results of several years’ study of the graceful sun-moth (GSM). A listed endangered species, the GSM occurs in coastal heathland between Binningup and Kalbarri, and also in Banksia…
,

Helen Matthews supports 'Save Beeliar Wetlands'

"As a resident of Bibra Lake and an avid supporter for the retention of Bibra Lake as a pristine environment, I fully endorse and support 'Save Beelier Wetlands' struggle in its resistance of the proposed construction of Roe Highway Stage 8." Helen…
,

Abbe May supports 'Save Beeliar Wetlands'

"There are few places as beautiful as the Bibra and North Lake wetlands! Their destruction would be a tragic abuse of our wonderful natural environment." Abbe May We 're proud to have a team of champions of the wetlands supporting our cause.…
,

Dom Mariani (The Stems) supports 'Save Beeliar Wetlands'

"Growing up in Fremantle, we visited Bibra Lake often for family picnics, we loved feeding the water birds and catching gambusia in the Lake. I did the same things with my kids not that long ago. It would be a real shame to lose or even damage…