Plans and Policies
Contains Management plans, strategy and policy documents pertaining to natural bushlands and reserves.
Natural Area Asset Management Plan
The Natural Areas Asset Management Plan (NAAMP) provides the context, and technical and policy framework for the management of all natural area reserves within the City. It contains information on prioritisation of reserves, broad strategies to manage these area and the threats to these areas. This document also contains plant and animal species lists for all of our bushland reserves across the City.
Foreshore Restoration Strategy
The Foreshore Restoration Strategy identifies priority areas along Melville’s 18km of foreshore for restoration or erosion control works.
Water Quality Improvement Plan- Bull Creek Catchment
The Water Quality Improvement Plan identifies gaps in management of the Bull Creek Catchment, assesses current condition, and identifies values, objectives, targets and actions for the catchment to improve water quality.
Beeliar Regional Park Management Plan
A Department of Parks and Wildlife Document incorporating the Beeliar Wetlands chain.
Management Plans are documents detailing reserve-specific information and the City of Melville objectives and actions for those reserves.
Bull Creek Management Plan (incorporates Bull Creek Reserve/Brockman Park, Reg Bourke, Richard Lewis, Bateman and Trevor Gribble Reserves)
Eastern Reserves Management Plan (incorporates Ron Carrol, George Welby and Tom Firth Reserves)
Estuarine Reserves Management Plan (incorporates foreshore reserves including Blackwall Reach, Point Walter, Attadale reserves and Attadale foreshore)
North West Reserves Management Plan (incorporates Harry Sandon, Wal Hughes and Ern Stapleton Reserves)
Piney Lakes Management Plan
South Eastern Reserves Management Plan (incorporates Beasley Reserve, Bill Brown Park, Douglas Freeman Reserve, Peter Bosci Park, Peter Ellis Park, Phillip Jane Park and Rob Weir Park)
Quenda Wetland Management Plan
Wireless Hill Management Plan
Details how the City of Melville manages each of these threats in bushland areas across the City.