Find out about locally and regionally significant bushlands within the City of Stirling boundaries, including information on the biodiversity.
There are 8 regionally-significant and 22 locally-significant bushlands within the City of Stirling boundaries, which come under the conservations programs implemented by the Local Biodiversity Strategy.
Within the City of Stirling boundaries are 68 bushland conservation reserves, ranging from 0.2 to 100 hectares (ha) in size, for a total of approximately 616 ha. Of these, 8 are regionally significant and 22 are locally significant.
The bushland reserves are maintained by conservation programs as specified in the Bushland conservation plan. There are also 150 smaller reserves retained by the City that link to major bushland reserves.
The local biodiversity strategy offers a holistic approach to the management of conservation areas across the City which includes bushland reserves. For more information visit the biodiversity web page.
Notable examples of significant bushland are:
- Star Swamp Bushland Reserve
- Trigg Bushland Reserve
- Dianella Regional Open Space
- Cottonwood Crescent Bushland Reserve.
For further information please contact City’s Environmental Officer Natural Areas via email or on (08) 9205 8555.