South Coast Management Group
Protecting Coastal Reserves PDF Print E-mail
The “Protecting coastal reserves – managing sustainable recreational vehicle access across the South Coast” (Phase 2) project facilitated and promoted positive recreational behaviour across the coastal zone of the South Coast region by implementing site-specific on-ground works at strategic locations in five coastal local government areas:
  • Boat Harbour, DenmarkBoat Harbour, Shire of Denmark
  • Cosy Corner East to Sandpatch, City of Albany
  • Dillon Bay and Reef Beach, Shire of Jerramungup
  • Coastal Corridor west of Hopetoun, Shire of Ravensthorpe
  • Wylie Bay, Shire of Esperance
Off-roading around the Hopetoun Coast 2012The Coastwest (201244) component supported land managers and the community to undertake site planning in an identified priority site or corridor of coastal reserve. Site-specific access management works included access hardening, site definition, and rehabilitation as needed.
 
It also supported a pilot local "Off-roading around the Hopetoun Coast" event in November 2012.

The project built on previous work by South Coast Management Group & its Vehicle Working Group sub-committee to respond to the impacts of vehicle use in the coastal zone through a regional program of education and on-ground works. Boat Harbour, Denmark Boat Harbour, Denmark Muttonbird East, Albany Muttonbird East, Albany Dillon Bay, Jerramungup Dillon Bay, Jerramungup Hopetoun busybee, Ravensthorpe Hopetoun caravan park access, Ravensthorpe Wylie Bay sign, Esperance Wylie Bay seaweed berm, Esperance Off-roading around the Hopetoun Coast 2012 Off-roading around the Hopetoun Coast 2012 Off-roading around the Hopetoun Coast 2012
 
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