We are committed to delivering a stunning environmental outcome for all of Tasmania and believe this magnificent site can become one of the state’s s most widely used and enjoyed areas of public land.
Our aim is to return the 121 hectare site to native habitat for plants and animals in a structured and effective way.
Detailed planning for the environmental rehabilitation aspect of the project has been done with the Weed Management Plan and Site Rehabilitation Plans approved by both the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE) and the Clarence City Council.
We have been conducting regular maintenance on site, including rubbish clean-ups and mowing and slashing the regular fire breaks and access ways.
Botanical assessments for the site have been completed and the outcomes from these works have been included into the site Weed Management and Revegetation Plan. This plan specifically addresses:
- Management control of environmental weeds to improve the condition of the site;
- Outlines the revegetation methodology and maintenance for the site that will promote the establishment of natives species and fauna/avifauna habitat; and
- Rehabilitation of areas of erosion.
Work on site, has continued to meet the requirements of the Weed Management and Revegetation Plan.
You can see from the wonderful photographs in the gallery the range of wildlife calling Arm End home. By focusing on the environment around us, we hope even more will join them.