Residents within the City of Armadale will now have the opportunity to receive free native seedlings and the support of a dedicated Streamcare Officer to help improve biodiversity and the health of the City’s treasured natural environment through the recently launched Habitat Links project.

Landowners whose properties are zoned as Special Residential, Rural Living or Rural (under the City of Armadale’s Town Planning Scheme No. 4) and contain or are adjacent to priority conservation value bushland, wetlands and watercourses, will be eligible to receive native seedlings and ongoing support around the development and implementation of revegetation and habitat creation projects. 

Participants of the program will also receive technical advice to help with:

  • Native plant species selection
  • Planting techniques to give seedlings a greater chance of survival
  • Weed management
  • Feral animal management
  • Creating wildlife habitat
  • Erosion management
  • Environmental monitoring

If you would like further information or if you believe you are eligible and would like to do your bit for the environment, register your expression of interest online.

For more information, contact via email habitatlinks@armadale.wa.gov.au or phone 9394 5000.

Check back here for a brochure and FAQs coming soon!

Page Last Reviewed 9 October 2019