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Protection of the Lower Ord Floodplain Ramsar Site

The aim of the project is to protect the unique character of the Ramsar site through on-ground activities for the control and monitoring of Declared Weeds and Weeds of National Significance (WoNS) including Parkinsonia, Noogoora Burr and Bellyache Bush over 30,108Ha to protect a larger area of 141, 453Ha.

In addition, land management activities will be undertaken to limit threatening process from un-checked public access, erosion and stock intrusion through improved boundary management.


Department of Environment and Conservation

More information

Allan Thomson, DEC and Volker Mischker, Program Manager (Kimberley), Rangelands NRM