LCHRA says a big thank you to the Shire of Waroona for erecting kangaroo warning signs in Lake Clifton, including on Lake Clifton Road.
This is another success for LCHRA as we have been advocating for these signs which will alert locals, visitors and tourists to be alert for kangaroos. The Shire of Waroona is still working with Mains Road WA to get the same signs on Old Coast Road in the Shire of Waroona.
The City of Mandurah has also erected kangaroo/emu signs on roads in Herron.
This was the official opening of stage 1 of the Lime Kiln project in May 2019. Now stage 2 is set to go ahead in 2020.
LCHRA has been awarded a $20,000 grant by the Communities Environment Program 2019-20 to extend the Historic Lake Clifton Lime Kiln Day Use Site, on Newnham Road, to include a walk trail around the settling ponds. This will incorporate historic, Aboriginal and plant information. This will be a joint project with the Dept of Biosecurity, Conservation and Attractions.
Attached is a situation report from the Department of Health. It’s a bit long but it does contain some useful tips and advice for surviving the next few days. Stay safe.
20191212 State Sitrep 3 – Metropolitan Perth Heatwave