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Vegetation Management Plan East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve July 2010

in places, Mirrorbush mostly scattered on back dune. Some areas of exposed dune and eroding tracks vulnerable to further weed invasion

loss of vegetation More formal access is needed from Caravan Park to beach Evidence of fire – burnt shrubs Rabbits moving into bare areas and causing further erosion and vegetation loss. Revegetation needed in places - on dune at stormwater outlet, open areas between back dune and road, gaps in coastal vegetation and informal tracks.

Control Sea Spurge and revegetate foredunes with Pigface, Spinifex, etc Revegetate exposed top dune areas in Caravan Park and along the beach. Create more Formal Access from the Caravan Park to the beach and revegetate around these. Close nearby informal tracks. Maintain existing revegetation area near Formal Access 2 and school, replace dead plants, increase regular maintenance of stakes and bags, and follow up weeding and watering for several years until established. Not essential to remove poplars at this stage, they are wind pruned and providing shelter. Control any suckers to prevent invasion. Signage in strategic places regarding rehabilitation program and to encourage community participation and responsible beach use.

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East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve Vegetation Management Plan  

East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve Vegetation Management Plan 2010

East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve Vegetation Management Plan  

East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve Vegetation Management Plan 2010