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The Mundijong tuart was first botanically described in 1909 and last officially seen in Jarrahdale in 1918!

Dr Jane Goodall, plants rare hybrid Eucalyptus x mundijongensis.

Jane Goodall planting extremely rare hybrid Eucalyptus x mundijongensis at Saw Avenue Picnic Area, Kings Park, PerthJane Goodall planting extremely rare hybrid Eucalyptus x mundijongensis at Saw Avenue Picnic Area, Kings Park on 8th June 2017.                         Read more

 

The Search for the Mundijong tuart is back on.

Eucalyptus Mundijongensis growing in DardanupIn June 1990 Serpentine-Jarrahdale Land Conservation District Committee launched a search for a mature Eucalyptus Mundijongensis to raise awareness of the area's unique flora. Read more

camera captures picture of fox at night

Feral Animal Control Project – Update

Feral animals caught on private property in Serpentine This $42,000 grant from NRM WA is coming to an end after ...
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Sedges ready for planting in their plastic tube stock trays.

Jarrahdale Heritage Society brings back Goorolong Brook

Jarrahdale Heritage Society (JHS) long ago adopted the Goorolong Brook and have worked tirelessly to transform it from an overrun ...
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National Tree Day, Byford 2017

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Friends of Brickwood Reserve removing tea trees

Friends of Brickwood Reserve 2017 Bushcare Calendar

Friends of Brickwood Reserve have started their 2017 Bushcare meetings. Every 1st Sunday of the month at 10am. Meeting at ...
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National Tree Day Preparation

On Friday 16th June Byford Enviro-link helped Kristy Gregory from Landcare SJ prepare  this year’s National Tree Day site at ...
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