Community Consultation

Fire Agencies (Shire of Augusta Margaret River, Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions, Department of Fire and Emergency Services) will, in the coming weeks, commence important planned burning activities. These planned burns are critical for reducing fuel loads surrounding town sites in order to reduce impact of wild fires on homes and other infrastructure should they occur.

Hazard Reduction Burns are planned burns to be completed in and around Margaret River Shire Reserve 18720. This will necessitate the need to close the Wadani Track adjacent to Railway Terrace for a period of time. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The production of smoke can have impacts on the health of some people which can be reduced by:

  • Removing yourself from the area (visit friends and family in other areas)
  • Close windows, doors and turn off air conditioning
  • Bring in washing
  • Plan not to drive during the burn, or if driving turn car air conditioning to recycle
  • Reduce speeds and follow traffic instructions
  • Avoid the area

Find out where burns are being conducted at emergency.wa.gov.au

Please be advised the below roads wlll be affected by the Cape to Cape Mountain Bike Race. Between Thursday 17th - Sunday 2oth October. We thank you in advance for your cooperation. If you have any queries or concerns. please contact us at capetocape@ironman.com. 


Stage 1 - Thursday 17th October 2019 
Leeuwln Road wlll be closed at Skippy Rock Road from 7.00am - 2.00pm - no vehicle access to the Lighthouse. (See parking Information for how to get there).
Skippy Rock Road will be closed at both Intersection points of Leeuwln Road. 
Diana Road will be closed at the Greenhill Road and Matthews Road Intersections from 9.30am - 1.30pm. Local traffic will be permitted. 
Hillview Road will be closed from 9.30am - 1.00pm. 
Greenhill Road will be closed from the Hillview to Diana Road Intersections from 9.30am - 1.00pm. 


Stage 2 - Friday 18th October 2019 
Boranup Drive will be closed at Caves Road between 7.00am - 1.00pm. Please note there is no access to Boranup Lookout or Campsite during this time. 
Conte Road will be closed at the Conto Campsite from 7.00am - 2.00pm. 


Stage 3 - Saturday 19th October 2019 
Wirring Road will be closed from Osmington Road and Whyte Road Intersections between 7 .OOam - 12.30pm. 


Stage 4 - Sunday 20th October 2019 
Garters Road will be closed from the Bussell Highway inter'Seetion to Burnside Road from 7 .OOam - 2.30pm. 
Access roads to the Pines off Bussell Highway will be closed from 
7 .ooam - 1.30pm. 

The Shire of Augusta Margaret River are will be reconstructing the shared footpath on Wallcliffe Road from Devon Road heading east, for a distance of approximately 250 metres which will continue on from the reconstruction that has already taken place.  This section has been chosen to be completed, due to the current surface being in very poor condition and a risk to the public.  These works are funded by the Shire.

These works are programmed to commence Monday 21 October 2019 and it is anticipated that works will take approximately two (2) weeks to complete (weather permitting).  During works, individual property will not be affected, however alternative routes for public access of the shared path will be sign posted.  Visual Message Sign Boards (VMS) will be place prior to works commencing detailing works being carried out.

Should you have further enquiries regarding these works, please contact the Shire’s Coordinator Works, Peter Brophy on 0427 903 153

 

 

 

Miamup Road

In accordance with section 3.50 of the Local Government Act 1995, Part 3 (functions of Local Governments – Closing certain thoroughfares to vehicles), Works being carried out by the Shire of Augusta Margaret River are shouldering on Miamup Road, from Memorial Drive to the creek.  These works are funded by the Shire.

These works are programmed to commence Wednesday 16 October 2019 and it is anticipated that works will take approximately 4 days to complete (weather permitting).  

During works, individual property access may be affected.  The Shire Works Coordinator will contact residents, where necessary to discuss issues and make alternative arrangements prior to individual access being affected.  During shouldering works, traffic management will be in place and some delays are likely.  The Shire will endeavour to avoid lengthy delays, however where an alternative route is possible, please consider this.

Should you have further enquiries regarding these works, please contact the Shire’s Coordinator Works,

Peter Brophy, 0427 903 153

Estimated Advertising Date: Wednesday 23 October 2019

The Shire of Augusta Margaret River (Shire) requires the services of a suitably qualified Contractor for construction works in relation to the redevelopment of the Margaret River Main Street. These works are anticipated for completion between February 2020 and May 2021.

The Shire is particularly interested in maximising opportunities for locally based businesses, and ‘local content’ shall form part of the basis for evaluation of tenders submitted.  

Details on how interested parties can obtain tender documents will be made available on the advertising date.

For further information on the tender, please email your questions to tenders@amrshire.wa.gov.au.

Canvassing of the Elected Councillors or Officers will result in immediate disqualification from the Tender process.

STEPHANIE ADDISON-BROWN

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

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