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The Shire takes great pride in providing quality parks and gardens for the local community to enjoy. Well-maintained parks and gardens provide a range of benefits including:
The Wallcliffe Road garden is particularly popular among community members. As well as being beautiful, these gardens are hardy, drought-resistant and waterwise. A Flowering Natives - Wallcliffe Road, Margaret River species list has been produced to help interested locals learn more about the plant varierties used by the Shire at this location.
The Shire has worked with the South West Catchments Council and other stakeholders to produce a free Coastal Gardens publication for resdients. Copies are available online or from the Shire Offices and Libraries.
The Shire has been working with Transition Margaret River (TMR), a local group focussed on sustainability, to devise easy to read guidelines to encourage residents to plant waterwise verge gardens.
The new guidelines are consistent with the Shire local law ‘Activities in Thoroughfares and Public Places and Trading Local Law 2010’ and aim to inspire residents to beautify their verges so that they do not interfere with pedestrian and vehicle safety or sightlines. Additionally, the guidelines provide steps for landscaping your verge and advice on selecting local native plant species.
PO Box 61
Margaret River WA 6285
41 Wallcliffe Road
Monday to Friday
Ph 08 9780 5255
Fax 08 9757 2512
66 Allnutt Terrace
Monday to Friday
Ph 08 9780 5660
Fax 08 9758 0033
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