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Native Fauna Awareness

Native fauna awareness in spring Spring is the most active time for native animals of all descriptions – snakes, turtles and birds of [...]
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Top things to do

Wondering what to do in Joondalup? With 17 kilometres of stunning Indian Ocean beaches, award winning Hillarys Boat Harbour and many [...]
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Native animals on roads

Wildlife such as kangaroos find their way onto the roadway which can potentially be harmful to the animal and road users. In instances [...]
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Feral animals

The City is responsible for the management of over 500 hectares of bushland. Feral animals such as cats, rabbits and foxes impact on [...]
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Magpies – Swooping

Magpies are protected under the Wildlife Conservation Act and it is illegal to harm them. The City has no jurisdiction in the care, [...]
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Significant trees

The City values the shade, habitat and amenity provided by trees on land owned or managed by the City and commends practices which seek [...]
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Snakes

Western Australia is home to some of the most poisonous snakes in the world. City of Joondalup Officers are not authorised to manage [...]
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Dog restriction areas

There are some areas in the City where dogs are prohibited and others where dogs must be on a leash at all times. This is to assist [...]
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