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Vegetation Management Plan East Ulverstone Coastal Reserve July 2010

Appendix 10. Picnic area opposite Oz Rock Inn This area needs revegetation to restore tree health, prevent erosion and fill a gap in the coastal scrub, while maintaining views as much as possible. See diagram below for recommended actions. Actions recommended for Oz Rock Picnic Area: 1. Control Sea Spurge. 2. Plant low native shrubs and groundcovers (such as Pigface, Bower Spinach and Saltbush) into Marram Grass at front of site 3. Plant coastal shrubs on either side to strengthen vegetation, but leaving views to front. 4. Plant dense groundcovers and scattered shrubs (such as Beardheath, Correa and Saltbush) on the mounds below existing trees, to restore shelter. 5. Plant more White Gums behind dunes west and east of picnic area 6. Plant coastal scrub species behind dunes to widen scrub and shelter eucalypts. 7. Leave some space for parking near eastern picnic shelter.

Oz Rock Picnic Area Rehabilitation Plan Plant groundcovers and low coastal shrubs, retaining view to front. Control Sea Spurge.

Plant Coast Wattle, Boobialla, etc, as shelter and habitat.

Beach

Retain native coastal vegetation - do not cut or mow Retain native coastal vegetation - do not cut or mow Retain existing trees

Oz Rock Inn over road

Plant more eucalypts behind dunes and along road

Plant dense groundcovers and scattered shrubs on mounds to restore shelter. Bushways Environmental Services Tasmania 65

Profile for Cradle Coast Tasmania

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