Notification of Maintenance Works: Sorrento Beach Park closure for turf works

The City will be commencing turf maintenance work at Sorrento Beach Park, Sorrento.

The works will include the removal of existing worn turf and installation of new turf.  Electronic Message Boards will be in place.

To ensure the new turf is knitted in, sections of the park and footpaths will be closed for five days from Monday 20 June 2022 to Friday 24 June 2022.

For further information please contact the City’s Customer Care on 9400 4255.

Currently registered for Pesticide Use Notification or Exclusion?

If you are currently registered on the City’s Pesticide Use Notification Register (24-hour notification) and/or Pesticide Use Exclusion Register (“no spray verge”), the City invites you to re-register for 2022-23.

Registrations for inclusion on the Registers are valid until 30 June each year, and residents and stakeholders must reapply each year by submitting a new application form to the City. Inclusion on the Register/s will not be reinstated unless a new application is submitted.

Should you wish to remain on the Register/s, or are not registered but would like to be, please submit your application to the City.

Complete the Pesticide Use Notification Register application.

Complete the Pesticide Use Exclusion Register application.

A map and schedule of the following weeks scheduled spray activities is provided on the City’s website each Friday afternoon. Further details on Pesticide use can be found on the City’s website.

Fertiliser Use Notification – 2 May to 6 May 2022

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces.

Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress.

Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 2 May and Friday 6 May 2022.

Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

For further information contact the City on 9400 4255.

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon Beldon Park Sportsmaster WSF
Burns Beach Beachside Park Iron/Manganese
Beachside Drive Iron/Manganese
Bengello Park Iron/Manganese
Bramston Park Sportsmaster WSF
Burns Beach Road Iron/Manganese
Grand Ocean Entrance Iron/Manganese
McIntyre Park Iron/Manganese
Southport Park Iron/Manganese
Windmill Park Iron/Manganese
Connolly
Craigie Otago Park Sportsmaster WSF
Warrandyte Park Sportsmaster WSF
Currambine Caledonia Park Sportsmaster WSF
Carlton Park (including Currambine Primary School oval) Sportsmaster WSF
Christchurch Park Sportsmaster WSF
Duncraig Glengarry Park Sportsmaster WSF
Juniper Park Sportsmaster WSF
Marri Park Sportsmaster WSF
Melene Park Sportsmaster WSF
Percy Doyle Reserve Sportsmaster WSF
Edgewater Emerald Park Sportsmaster WSF
Greenwood Blackall Park Sportsmaster WSF
Penistone Park Sportsmaster WSF
Warrigal Park Sportsmaster WSF
Heathridge Admiral Park Sportsmaster WSF
Heathridge Park Sportsmaster WSF
Littorina Park (including Eddystone Primary School oval) Sportsmaster WSF
Prince Regent Park Sportsmaster WSF
Hillarys Flinders Park Sportsmaster WSF
Hillarys Park Sportsmaster WSF
James Cook Park Sportsmaster WSF
Mawson Park Sportsmaster WSF
Iluka Atma Park Iron/Manganese
Blackpool Park Iron/Manganese
Burns Beach Road – Specified Area Rates western and eastern verges (Discovery Circuit to Shenton Avenue) Iron/Manganese
Discovery Park Iron/Manganese
Iluka District Open Space Park Sportsmaster WSF
Miami Beach Promenade – Specified Area Rates verges (Marmion Avenue to Manhattan Avenue) Iron/Manganese
Ocean Gate Parade – Specified Area Rates verges and medians (Marmion Avenue to Naturaliste Boulevarde) Iron/Manganese
Pattaya Park Iron/Manganese
Sir James McCusker Park Iron/Manganese
Silver Sands Drive – Specified Area Rates medians (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Iron/Manganese
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Iron/Manganese
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Naturaliste Boulevard to Marmion Avenue) Iron/Manganese
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Iron/Manganese
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Naturaliste Boulevard to Marmion Avenue) Iron/Manganese
Joondalup Windermere Park Sportsmaster WSF
Kallaroo Belrose Park Sportsmaster WSF
Bridgewater Park Sportsmaster WSF
Kingsley Barridale Park Sportsmaster WSF
Kingsley Park Sportsmaster WSF
Legana Park Sportsmaster WSF
Moolanda Park Sportsmaster WSF
Kinross Callander Park (including Kinross Primary School oval) Sportsmaster WSF
Falkland Park (including Kinross College oval) Sportsmaster WSF
MacNaughton Park Sportsmaster WSF
Marmion
Mullaloo Charonia Park Sportsmaster WSF
Korella Park (including Mullaloo Beach Primary School oval) Sportsmaster WSF
Ocean Reef Lexcen Park Sportsmaster WSF
Mirror Park Sportsmaster WSF
Ocean Reef Park Sportsmaster WSF
Santiago Park Sportsmaster WSF
Padbury Forrest Park Sportsmaster WSF
MacDonald Park Sportsmaster WSF
Newcombe Park Sportsmaster WSF
Sorrento Robin Park Sportsmaster WSF
Seacrest Park Sportsmaster WSF
Warwick Ellersdale Park Sportsmaster WSF
Hawker Park Sportsmaster WSF
Warwick Open Space Sportsmaster WSF
Woodvale Chichester Park Sportsmaster WSF
Parkside Park Sportsmaster WSF
Timberlane Park Sportsmaster WSF

 

 

 

 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 7 March to 11 March 2022

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces.

Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress.

Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 7 March and Friday 11 March 2022.

Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

For further information contact the City on 9400 4255.

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie
Currambine
Duncraig Percy Doyle Reserve (Soccer 1) 3.1.1
Edgewater
Greenwood
Heathridge
Hillarys Amalfi Drive / Hepburn Entry Statement 3.1.1
Angove Drive / Curacao Lane Entry Statement 3.1.1
Curacao Lane 3.1.1
Harbour View Park 3.1.1
Leeward Park 3.1.1
Marbella Park 3.1.1
Oahu Park 3.1.1
Tenerife Boulevard Entry Statement 3.1.1
Iluka Atma Park 3.1.1
Blackpool Park 3.1.1
Burns Beach Road – Specified Area Rates western and eastern verges (Discovery Circuit to Shenton Avenue) 3.1.1
Discovery Park 3.1.1
Miami Beach Promenade – Specified Area Rates verges (Marmion Avenue to Manhattan Avenue) 3.1.1
Ocean Gate Parade – Specified Area Rates verges and medians (Marmion Avenue to Naturaliste Boulevard) 3.1.1
Pattaya Park 3.1.1
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) 3.1.1
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Naturaliste Boulevard to Marmion Avenue) 3.1.1
Sir James McCusker Park 3.1.1
Silver Sands Drive – Specified  Area Rates medians (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) 3.1.1
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick
Woodvale

 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 28 February to 4 March 2022

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces.

Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress.

Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 28 February to Friday 4 March 2022.

Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon
Burns Beach Beachside Park Bi-Agra wetting agent
Beachside Drive Bi-Agra wetting agent
Bengello Park Bi-Agra wetting agent
Burns Beach Road Bi-Agra wetting agent
Grand Ocean Entrance Bi-Agra wetting agent
McIntyre Park Bi-Agra wetting agent
Southport Park Bi-Agra wetting agent
Windmill Park Bi-Agra wetting agent
Connolly
Craigie
Currambine
Duncraig
Edgewater
Greenwood
Heathridge
Hillarys
Iluka
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick
Woodvale

 

Pedestrian Accessway Planting and Maintenance

Pedestrian Accessway Planting and Maintenance

City residents who own a property adjoining a Pedestrian/Public Accessway (PAW) and wish to plant and maintain the Pedestrian/Public Accessway (PAW) adjoining their residence can apply (via a two-part process, refer below) to be added to the City’s Pedestrian Accessway Planting and Maintenance Register.

Approval is subject to the expressed support of all property owners adjoining the PAW.

Vegetation species/type will also require approval by the City prior to any planting being undertaken.

Maintenance of the PAW adjacent to the registered properties will not be undertaken by the City; the applicants agree to maintain the PAW adjoining the registered properties in accordance with the City’s Property Local Law.

Chemical weed control will not be undertaken within the PAW by either the City or the registrants.

The City will support one application per Pedestrian/Public Accessway (first in first served basis).

Registrations are valid for two years from the date of the application, with the City undertaking six-monthly inspections.

Step One

  1. The Lead Applicant is responsible for completing the online application form nominating the PAW to be planted and maintained, and submitting the form to the City for assessment.
  2. The City will review the application and determine the suitability for the identified PAW for inclusion on the City’s Pedestrian Accessway Planting and Maintenance
  3. The Lead Applicant will be advised in writing within 14 days of the City’s decision and if supported in principle the City will:
  • Provide the Lead Applicant with a hard copy application form (to obtain written approval from all adjoining property owners). Where a property is rented/tenanted, the lead applicant is to seek the written support of the property owner/s.
  • Request the Lead Applicant to develop a planting plan in alignment with the guidelines which are available on the City’s website. Information on approved plant material can be found within the City’s Growing Locals and Street Verge Guidelines brochures.

Step Two

The Lead Applicant must submit to the City for review:

  1. The hard copy application form demonstrating written support (signatures) of all property owners adjoining the PAW.
  2. A planting plan of proposed works.

The City will then review the application form and planting plan and will contact the Lead Applicant in writing advising whether works can proceed.

Additional information

No work is to commence without the approval of the City; in doing so parties may be in breach of the Local Government and Public Property Local Law and penalties may apply.

Registration to the Pedestrian Accessway Planting and Maintenance Register requires all applicants to commit to:

  • Maintaining the PAW in a safe, good and tidy condition.
  • Keeping footpaths clear of landscaping and trip hazards.
  • Not using any chemical weed control.
  • Adhering to the Local Government and Public Property Local Law including planting of approved species only.
  • Maintaining a one metre plant clearance zone from any City or public utility infrastructure such as, but not limited to, lighting, street signs, traffic signs, control boxes, etc.
  • Indemnifying the City against damage to people or property as a result of the works undertaken in the PAW.
  • Reinstating the planting following works undertaken by the City or other service authorities.

and note that:

  • Built structures, staking, plants with thorns and the planting of trees is not permitted.
  • The City is not liable for any damage or vandalism to plants or landscaping treatments.
  • The City will not supply plants, mulch or other landscaping materials to undertake the works.
  • The City will not provide financial or practical assistance to undertake the works.
  • The Pedestrian Accessway Planting and Maintenance Register does not apply to parks, reserves, or natural areas.
  • Residents and stakeholders are responsible for the planting and maintenance of the PAW in its entirety (i.e. not just the section/s immediately adjoining their property).
  • It is the responsibility of the applicants to pay for any damage caused to private, City or public utility infrastructure during the planting and maintenance process. If any damage or disturbance occurs to infrastructure, ensure you contact the City immediately.
  • Residents and stakeholders must reapply every two years to ensure the continuing support of the adjoining property owners.

Please note that the City and service authorities, such as the Water Corporation, Telstra and Alinta Gas, may have access and rights over some portion/s of the PAW under State or Federal Legislation and may undertake works which may disturb any of these treated PAWs in gaining the necessary access to their utilities. The City/other service authorities may at any time require landscaping with PAW be repaired or removed as per the provisions contained in the Local Government (Uniform Local Provisions) Regulations 1996 or any other written law. It should be noted that if access is required to these services the landscaping treatment may not be reinstated.

Pedestrian Accessway Planting and Maintenance – Application Form

Pedestrian Accessway Planting and Maintenance – Application Form

This application form is to be used for applying to the City’s Pedestrian Accessway Planting and Maintenance Register (Step One of the process).

  • Declaration

    Before you proceed please ensure that you are the authorising person and you have the relevant property details. This means you are either the owner, manager or named lessee of the property.
  • I declare I am the authorised representative for the property listed below and I would like to apply to the City of Joondalup for approval to maintain the PAW (pedestrian accessway) as selected in this application.
  • Application Details

  • Start typing your street address and select the relevant property from the filtered list
  • PAW Location Details

    Please enter the full Street Name and Locality that the PAW falls between e.g. Marmion Ave, Padbury. If the PAW covers more than 2 streets or additional clarification is required regarding the location, an additional text box is available for any further description.

Fertiliser Use Notification – 14 February 2022 to 18 February 2022

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provide quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 14 February 2022 to Friday 18 February 2022 Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area. For further information contact the City on 9400 4255.

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon Bramston Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie Warrandyte Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Currambine Carlton Park (including Currambine Primary School oval) Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Caledonia Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Duncraig Glengarry Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Juniper Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Marri Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Edgewater Emerald Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Greenwood Penistone Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Heathridge Heathridge Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Hillarys
Iluka
Joondalup Windermere Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Kallaroo
Kingsley Barridale Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Legana Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Kingsley Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Moolanda Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Kinross Falkland Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
MacNaughton Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef Mirror Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Santiago Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Padbury MacDonald Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Sorrento Robin Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Warwick Hawker Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Woodvale Chichester Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
 

Polyphagous shot-hole borer

Polyphagous shot-hole borer

Polyphagous shot-hole borer (PSHB) Euwallacea fornicatus is a beetle native to Southeast Asia. The beetle attacks a wide range of plants by tunnelling into trunks, stems and branches.

Establishment of this pest in WA would have significant impact on amenity trees, native vegetation, and the fruit and nut tree industries.

The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development is responding to the confirmed detections of an exotic beetle PSHB in the Perth metropolitan area.

PSHB causes serious damage to many types of trees, but it particularly loves to hide in the box elder maple (Acer negundo).

The City is asking residents to assist the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development who have a box elder maple on their property or street to report the location of these trees, so they can check if they are infested with PSHB.

Reproductive hosts are susceptible trees in which both the beetle and the fungus establish galleries and reproduce. The host list is extensive with over 100 reproductive hosts, and includes:

  • Maple (Acer)
  • Oak (Quercus)
  • Plane (Platanus)
  • Coral tree (Erythrina)
  • Avocado (Persea)
  • Willows (Salix)
  • Acacia (Acacia)
  • Castor oil (Ricinus).

Please report suspect PSHB infestation to the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development on 9368 3080 or padis@dpird.wa.gov.au

Further information can be found on the Department’s website.

 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 17 January to 21 January 2022

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 17 January and Friday 21 January 2022. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie
Currambine
Duncraig
Edgewater
Greenwood
Heathridge
Hillarys Angove Drive/Curacao Lane Entry Statement Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Amalfi Drive/Hepburn Avenue Entry Statement Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Curacao Lane Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Harbour View Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Leeward Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Marbella Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Oahu Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Tenerife Boulevard Entry Statement Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Iluka Atma Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Blackpool Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Burns Beach Road – Specified Area Rates western and eastern verges (Discovery Circuit to Shenton Avenue) Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Discovery Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Miami Beach Promenade – Specified Area Rates verges (Marmion Avenue to Manhattan Avenue) Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Silver Sands Drive – Specified Area Rates medians (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Ocean Gate Parade – Specified Area Rates verges and medians (Marmion Avenue to Naturaliste Boulevard) Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Pattaya Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Sir James McCusker Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Naturaliste Boulevard to Marmion Avenue) Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick
Woodvale
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 10 January to 14 January 2022

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 10 January and Friday 14 January 2022. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area. For further information contact the City on 9400 4255.

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie
Currambine
Duncraig
Edgewater
Greenwood
Heathridge
Hillarys Angove Drive/Curacao Lane Entry Statement Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Amalfi Drive/Hepburn Entry Statement Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Curacao Lane Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Harbour View Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Leeward Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Marbella Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Oahu Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Tenerife Boulevard Entry Statement Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Iluka Atma Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Blackpool Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Burns Beach Road – Specified area rates western and eastern verges (Discovery Circuit to Shenton Avenue) Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Discovery Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Miami Beach Promenade – Specified area rates verges (Marmion Avenue to Manhattan Avenue) Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Ocean Gate Parade – Specified area rates verges and medians (Marmion Avenue to Naturaliste Boulevarde) Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Pattaya Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Sir James McCusker Park Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Silver Sands Drive – Specified area rates medians (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates Northern Verges (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Shenton Avenue – Specified area rates northern verges (Naturaliste Boulevard to Marmion Avenue) Biagra/Fertech Kelpro
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick
Woodvale
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 6 December to 10 December 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 6 December and Friday 10 December 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area. For further information contact the City on 9400 4255.

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie
Currambine
Duncraig
Edgewater
Greenwood
Heathridge Heathridge Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Hillarys
Iluka
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick
Woodvale
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 29 November – 3 December 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 29 November – Friday 3 December 2021 Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.  

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon Bramston Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie Warrandyte Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Currambine Carlton Park (including Currambine Primary School oval) Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed Bi-Agra Wetting Agent  
Caledonia Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Duncraig Glengarry Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Juniper Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Marri Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Edgewater Emerald Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Greenwood
Heathridge Heathridge Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Hillarys Angove Drive / Curacao Lane Entry Statement 3.1.1
Amalfi Drive / Hepburn Entry Statement 3.1.1
Curacao Lane 3.1.1
Harbour View Park 3.1.1
Leeward Park 3.1.1
Marbella Park 3.1.1
Curacao Lane 3.1.1
Iluka Atma Park 3.1.1
Blackpool Park 3.1.1
Burns Beach Road – Specified Area Rates western and eastern verges (Discovery Circuit to Shenton Avenue) 3.1.1
Discovery Park 3.1.1
Miami Beach Promenade – Specified Area Rates verges (Marmion Avenue to Manhattan Avenue) 3.1.1
Ocean Gate Parade – Specified Area Rates verges and medians (Marmion Avenue to Naturaliste Boulevard) 3.1.1
Pattaya Park 3.1.1
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) 3.1.1
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Naturaliste Boulevard to Marmion Avenue) 3.1.1
Silver Sands Drive – Specified Area Rates medians (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) 3.1.1
Sir James McCusker Park 3.1.1
Joondalup Windermere Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Kallaroo
Kingsley Barridale Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Kingsley Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Legana Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Moolanda Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Kinross Falkland Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
MacNaughton Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef Mirror Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Santiago Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Padbury MacDonald Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Sorrento Robin Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Warwick Hawker Park Bactivate Plus Bioboost Enhance Bactivate Seaweed
Woodvale
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – Monday 22 November to Friday 26 November 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provide quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 22 November to Friday 26 November 2021 Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser / Product Type

Beldon Beldon Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Burns Beach Bramston Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Connolly
Craigie Otago Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Warrandyte Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Currambine Caledonia Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Carlton Park (including Currambine Primary School oval) Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Christchurch Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Duncraig Glengarry Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Juniper Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Marri Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Melene Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Percy Doyle Reserve Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Edgewater Emerald Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Greenwood Blackall Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Penistone Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Warrigal Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Heathridge Admiral Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Heathridge Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Littorina Park (including Eddystone Primary School oval) Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Prince Regent Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Hillarys Flinders Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Hillarys Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
James Cook Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Mawson Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Iluka Iluka District Open Space Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Joondalup Windermere Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Kallaroo Belrose Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Bridgewater Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Kingsley Barridale Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Kingsley Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Legana Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Moolanda Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Kinross Callander Park (including Kinross Primary Scholl oval) Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Falkland Park (including Kinross College oval) Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
MacNaughton Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Marmion
Mullaloo Charonia Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Korella Park (including Mullaloo Beach Primary School oval) Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Ocean Reef Lexcen Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Mirror Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Ocean Reef Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Santiago Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Padbury Forrest Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
MacDonald Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Newcombe Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Sorrento Robin Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Seacrest Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Warwick Ellersdale Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Hawker Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Warwick District Open Space Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Woodvale Chichester Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Parkside Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent
Timberlane Park Bi-Agra Wetting Agent

Elcar Park Fenced Dog Facility – Closure for Maintenance Works

The Elcar Park fenced dog facility will be closed for 12 days from 6.00am Monday 22 November 2021 to 12.00noon Friday 3 December 2021 to undertake essential landscape maintenance services. The City appreciates the patience and understanding of the regular Elcar Park facility users while these works are carried out.

Fertiliser Use Notification – 8 November to 12 November 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 8 November and Friday 12 November 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area. For further information contact the City on 9400 4255.

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie
Currambine
Duncraig
Edgewater Emerald Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Greenwood
Heathridge
Hillarys
Iluka
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef Ocean Reef Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick Ellersdale Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Woodvale Chichester Park Sulphate of Ammonia
     

Fertiliser Use Notification 1 November to 5 November 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 1 November and Friday 5 November 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area. For further information contact the City on 9400 4255.

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon Beldon Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Burns Beach Bramston Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Connolly
Craigie Warrandyte Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Currambine
Duncraig Marri Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Melene Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Edgewater Emerald Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Greenwood
Heathridge Admiral Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Heathridge Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Prince Regent Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Hillarys Flinders Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Iluka Atma Park Biagra
Blackpool Park Biagra
Burns Beach Road – Specified Area Rates western and eastern verges (Discovery Circuit to Shenton Avenue) Biagra
Discovery Park Biagra
Iluka District Open Space Sulphate of Ammonia
Miami Beach Promenade – Specified Area Rates verges (Marmion Avenue to Manhattan Avenue) Biagra
Ocean Gate Parade – Specified Area Rates verges and medians (Marmion Avenue to Naturaliste Boulevard) Biagra
Pattaya Park Biagra
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates North verges (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Biagra
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates north verges (Naturaliste Boulevard to Marmion Avenue) Biagra
Silver Sands Drive – Specified Area Rates medians (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Biagra
Sir James McCusker Park Biagra
Joondalup Windermere Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Kallaroo
Kingsley Barridale Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Kingsley Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Kinross Falkland Park Sulphate of Ammonia
MacNaughton Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef
Padbury Forrest Park Sulphate of Ammonia
MacDonald Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Sorrento Robin Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Seacrest Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Warwick Warwick Open Space Sulphate of Ammonia
Woodvale
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 27 September to 1 October 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provide quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 27 September and Friday 1 October 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.  

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie
Currambine
Duncraig
Edgewater
Greenwood
Heathridge Heathridge Park Brilliance
Hillarys Amalfi Drive / Hepburn Entry Statement Iron/Manganese
Angove Drive / Curacao Lane Entry Statement Iron/Manganese
Curacao Lane Iron/Manganese
Flinders Park NPK
Harbour View Park Iron/Manganese
Leeward Park Iron/Manganese
Marbella Park, Verges and PAW Iron/Manganese
Oahu Park Iron/Manganese
Tenerife Boulevard Entry Statement Iron/Manganese
Iluka Atma Park Iron/Manganese
Blackpool Park Iron/Manganese
Burns Beach Road – Specified Area Rates western and eastern verges (Discovery Circuit to Shenton Avenue) Iron/Manganese
Discovery Park Iron/Manganese
Miami Beach Promenade – Specified Area Rates verges (Marmion Avenue to Manhattan Avenue) Iron/Manganese
Ocean Gate Parade – Specified Area Rates verges and medians (Marmion Avenue to Naturaliste Boulevard) Iron/Manganese
Pattaya Park Iron/Manganese
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Iron/Manganese
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Naturaliste Boulevard to Marmion Avenue) Iron/Manganese
Silver Sands Drive – Specified Area Rates medians (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Iron/Manganese
Sir James McCusker Park Iron/Manganese
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef Santiago Park NPK
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick
Woodvale Chichester Park NPK
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 20 September – 24 September 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 20 September – Friday 24 September 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location/Park Name

Fertiliser Product/ Type

Beldon Beldon Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Burns Beach Bramston Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Connolly
Craigie Warrandyte Park Sulphate of Ammonia NPK
Otago Park NPK
Currambine Caledonia Park NPK
Carlton Park including Currambine Primary School oval NPK
Christchurch Park NPK
Duncraig Glengarry Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Juniper Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Marri Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Melene Park NPK
Percy Doyle Park Brilliance
Edgewater Emerald Park Brilliance
Greenwood Blackall Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Penistone Park Brilliance
Warrigal Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Heathridge Admiral Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Heathridge Park Brilliance
Littorina Park including Eddystone Primary School oval Sulphate of Ammonia
Prince Regent Park Brilliance
Hillarys Flinders Park NPK
Hillarys Park Brilliance
James Cook Park Brilliance
Mawson Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Iluka Iluka District Open Space NPK
Joondalup Windermere Park Brilliance
Kallaroo Belrose Park NPK
Bridgewater Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Kingsley Barridale Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Kingsley Park Brilliance
Legana Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Moolanda Park NPK
Kinross Callander Park including Kinross Primary School oval NPK
Falkland Park including Kinross College oval NPK
MacNaughton Park NPK
Marmion
Mullaloo Charonia Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Korella Park including Mullaloo Beach Primary School oval NPK
Ocean Reef Lexcen Park NPK
Mirror Park NPK
Ocean Reef Park NPK
Santiago Park NPK
Padbury Forrest Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Macdonald Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Newcombe Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Sorrento Robin Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Seacrest Park NPK
Warwick Ellersdale Prak Brilliance
Hawker Park Brilliance
Warwick Open Space Brilliance
Woodvale Chichester Park NPK
Parkside Park Sulphate of Ammonia
Timberlane Park Sulphate of Ammonia
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 6 September to 10 September 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 6 September and Friday 10 September 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location/Park Name

Fertiliser Product/ Type

Beldon Ensign Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Gradient Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Haddington Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Sandalford Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Burns Beach
Connolly Baltusrol Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Bonnie Doon Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Cinque Ports Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Fairway Circle Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Huntingdale Park Brilliance and Grosorb
St Michaels Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Craigie Adelaide Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Albion Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Barwon Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Camberwarra Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Chadstone Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Pinnacle Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Revitalise Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Whitfords East Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Currambine Delamere Park SOA and Grosorb
Duncraig Bracken Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Buckthorn Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Castlefern Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Coolibah Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Galston Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Geddes Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Granadilla Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Greenlaw Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Hilton Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Kelvin Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Killen Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Macaulay Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Noal Gannon Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Portree Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Poynter Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Salata Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Sycamore Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Telopia Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Wanbrow Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Edgewater Edgewater Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Hilltop Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Lakevalley Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Picnic Cove Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Quarry Ramble Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Wedgewood Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Greenwood Beaumont Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Blackthorn Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Cockman Park Brilliance and Grosorb
George Sears Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Kanangra Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Mamo Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Oleaster Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Parin Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Rodgers Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Sheoak Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Sherington Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Heathridge Abrolhos Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Balanus Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Conidae Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Faversham Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Larkspur Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Lysander Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Poseidon Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Hillarys Broadbeach Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Banks Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Conica Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Fenton Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Gleddon Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Kimberly Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Lymburner Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Maquire Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Ninnis Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Parkinson Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Pinnaroo Point Beach Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Scott Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Iluka Iluka Beach Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Joondalup Neil Hawkins Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Kallaroo Kiernan Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Merrifield Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Dampier Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Glenbank Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Kiernan Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Merrifield Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Kingsley Chelsea Park SOA and Grosorb
Kinross Earlsferry Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Menteith Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Roxburgh Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Rutherglen Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Stonehaven Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Stow Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Thorton Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Marmion Braden Park Brilliance and Grosorb
McKirdy Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Mullaloo Blackboy Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Kallaroo Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Tom Simpson Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Triton Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Wolinski Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Ocean Reef Beaumaris Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Herreshoff Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Southern Cross Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Tarolinta Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Trigg Point Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Padbury Brisbane Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Cunningham Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Fernwood Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Fraser Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Gibson Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Leichhardt Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Oxley Park North Brilliance and Grosorb
Simpson Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Sorrento Albacore Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Lacepede Park Brilliance and Grosorb
Sorrento Beach Brilliance and Grosorb
Warwick
Woodvale
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 30 August 2021 – 3 September 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 30 August – Friday 3 September 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location/Park Name

Fertiliser Product/ Type

Beldon
Burns Beach Beachside Park Iron/Manganese
Beachside Drive Iron/Manganese
Bengello Park Iron/Manganese
Burns Beach Road Iron/Manganese
Grand Ocean Entrance Iron/Manganese
McIntyre Park Iron/Manganese
Southport Park Iron/Manganese
Windmill Park Iron/Manganese
Connolly
Craigie
Currambine
Duncraig
Edgewater
Greenwood
Heathridge
Hillarys Amalfi Drive / Hepburn Entry Statement Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Angove Drive / Curacao Lane Entry Statement Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Curacao Lane Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Harbour View Park Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Leeward Park Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Marbella Park, Verges and PAW Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Oahu Park Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Tenerife Boulevard Entry Statement Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Iluka Atma Park Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Blackpool Park Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Burns Beach Road – Specified Area Rates western and eastern verges (Discovery Circuit to Shenton Avenue) Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Discovery Park Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Miami Beach Promenade – Specified Area Rates verges (Marmion Avenue to Manhattan Avenue) Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Ocean Gate Parade – Specified Area Rates verges and medians (Marmion Avenue to Naturaliste Boulevard) Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Pattaya Park Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Naturaliste Boulevard to Marmion Avenue) Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Silver Sands Drive – Specified Area Rates medians (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Sir James McCusker Park Biagra/Fertec Kelpro
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick
Woodvale
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 23 August – 27 August 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 23 August – Friday 27 August 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location/Park Name

Fertiliser Product/Type

Beldon
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie
Currambine
Duncraig
Edgewater
Greenwood
Heathridge
Hillarys Amalfi Drive / Hepburn Avenue Entry Statement 3.1.1
Angove Drive / Curacao Lane Entry Statement 3.1.1
Curacao Lane 3.1.1
Harbour View Park 3.1.1
Leeward Park 3.1.1
Marbella Park 3.1.1
Oahu Park 3.1.1
Tenerife Boulevard Entry Statement 3.1.1
Iluka
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick
Woodvale
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 16 August – 20 August 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 16 August – Friday 20 August 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location/Park Name

Fertiliser Product/Type

Beldon
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie
Currambine
Duncraig
Edgewater
Greenwood
Heathridge
Hillarys Amalfi Drive/Hepburn Avenue entry statement Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Angove Drive/Curacao Lane entry statement Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Curacao Lane Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Harbour View Park Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Leeward Park Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Marbella Park Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Oahu Park Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Tenerife Boulevard entry statement Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Iluka Atma Park Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Blackpool Park Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Burns Beach Road – Specified Area Rates western and eastern verges Discovery Circuit to Shenton Avenue Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Discovery Park Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Miami Beach Promenade – Specified Area Rates verges Marmion Avenue to Manhattan Avenue Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Ocean Gate Parade – Specified Area Rates verges and medians Marmion Avenue to Naturaliste Boulevard Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Pattaya Park Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges Naturaliste Boulevard to Marmion Avenue Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Silver Sands Drive – Specified Area Rates medians Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Sir James McCusker Park Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick
Woodvale
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 28 June to 2 July 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 28 June and Friday 2 July 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location/Park Name

Fertiliser Product/Type

Beldon
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie Whitfords East Park NPK and Grosorb
Currambine
Duncraig
Edgewater Edgewater Park NPK and Grosorb
Hilltop Park NPK and Grosorb
Lakevalley Park NPK and Grosorb
Quarry Ramble Park NPK and Grosorb
Wedgewood Park NPK and Grosorb
Greenwood
Heathridge Abrolhos Park NPK and Grosorb
Balanus Park NPK and Grosorb
Conidae Park NPK and Grosorb
Lysander Park NPK and Grosorb
Poseidon Park NPK and Grosorb
Hillarys
Iluka
Joondalup Elcar Park NPK and Grosorb
Katrine Park NPK and Grosorb
Lady Evelyn Park NPK and Grosorb
Manapouri Park NPK and Grosorb
Nanika Park NPK and Grosorb
Water Tower Park NPK and Grosorb
Woodlea Park NPK and Grosorb
Kallaroo Merrifield Park NPK and Grosorb
Montague Park NPK and Grosorb
Stanford Park NPK and Grosorb
Whitfords West Park NPK and Grosorb
Kingsley Calthorpe Park NPK and Grosorb
Chelsea Park NPK and Grosorb
Dollis Park NPK and Grosorb
Forrest Hill Park NPK and Grosorb
Illawong Park NPK and Grosorb
Lehmann Park NPK and Grosorb
Newham Park NPK and Grosorb
Wallangarra Park NPK and Grosorb
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef
Padbury
Sorrento Albacore Park NPK and Grosorb
Geneff Park NPK and Grosorb
Harman Park NPK and Grosorb
Tom Walker Park NPK and Grosorb
Warwick
Woodvale
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 21 June to 25 June 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 21 June and Friday 25 June 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location/Park Name

Fertiliser Product/Type

Beldon Ensign Park NPK + Grosorb
Gradient Park NPK + Grosorb
Haddington Park NPK + Grosorb
Sandalford Park NPK + Grosorb
Burns Beach Third Park NPK + Grosorb
Connolly Baltusrol Park NPK + Grosorb
Bonnie Doon Park NPK + Grosorb
Cinque Ports Park NPK + Grosorb
Fairway Park NPK + Grosorb
Huntingdale Park NPK + Grosorb
St Michaels Park NPK + Grosorb
Craigie Albion Park NPK + Grosorb
Camberwarra Park NPK + Grosorb
Chadstone Park NPK + Grosorb
Revitalise Park NPK + Grosorb
Whitfords East Park NPK + Grosorb
Currambine Clermont Park NPK + Grosorb
DeCrillion Park NPK + Grosorb
Doncaster Park NPK + Grosorb
Fairmont Park NPK + Grosorb
Negresco Park NPK + Grosorb
Riversdale Park NPK + Grosorb
Santa Ana Park NPK + Grosorb
Duncraig Poynter Park NPK + Grosorb
Buckthorn Park NPK + Grosorb
Coolibah Park NPK + Grosorb
Galston Park NPK + Grosorb
Greenlaw Park NPK + Grosorb
Kelvin Park NPK + Grosorb
Killen Park NPK + Grosorb
Salatta Park NPK + Grosorb
Sycamore Park NPK + Grosorb
Telopia Park NPK + Grosorb
Wanbrow Park NPK + Grosorb
Edgewater Edgewater Park NPK + Grosorb
Hilltop Park NPK + Grosorb
Lakevalley Park NPK + Grosorb
Quarry Ramble Park NPK + Grosorb
Wedgewood Park NPK + Grosorb
Greenwood Annato Park NPK + Grosorb
Beaumont Park NPK + Grosorb
Blackthorn Park NPK + Grosorb
Cockman Park NPK + Grosorb
George Sears Park NPK + Grosorb
Kanangra Park NPK + Grosorb
Mamo Park NPK + Grosorb
Oleaster Park NPK + Grosorb
Parin Park NPK + Grosorb
Rodgers Park NPK + Grosorb
Sheoak Park NPK + Grosorb
Sherington Park NPK + Grosorb
Heathridge Abrolhos Park NPK + Grosorb
Balanus Park NPK + Grosorb
Conidae Park NPK + Grosorb
Faversham Park NPK + Grosorb
Larkspur Park NPK + Grosorb
Lysander Park NPK + Grosorb
Poseidon Park NPK + Grosorb
Hillarys Banks Park NPK + Grosorb
Broadbeach Park NPK + Grosorb
Conica Park NPK + Grosorb
Fenton Park NPK + Grosorb
Gleddon Park NPK + Grosorb
Harbour View Park 3.1.1
Kimberley Park NPK + Grosorb
Leeward Park 3.1.1
Lymburner Park NPK + Grosorb
Maquire Park NPK + Grosorb
Ninnis Park NPK + Grosorb
Orient Park NPK + Grosorb
Parkinson Park NPK + Grosorb
Pinnaroo Point Beach Park NPK + Grosorb
Scott Park NPK + Grosorb
Joondalup Elcar Park NPK + Grosorb
Katrine Park NPK + Grosorb
Lady Evelyn Park NPK + Grosorb
Manapouri Park NPK + Grosorb
Nanika Park NPK + Grosorb
Water Tower Park NPK + Grosorb
Woodlea Park NPK + Grosorb
Kallaroo Aristride Park NPK + Grosorb
Castlecrag Park NPK + Grosorb
Dampier Park NPK + Grosorb
Delaware Park NPK + Grosorb
Glenbank Park NPK + Grosorb
Kiernan Park NPK + Grosorb
Merrifield Park NPK + Grosorb
Montague Park NPK + Grosorb
Stanford Park NPK + Grosorb
Whitfords West Park NPK + Grosorb
Kingsley Calthorpe Park NPK + Grosorb
Chelsea Park NPK + Grosorb
Dollis Park NPK + Grosorb
Forrest Hill Park NPK + Grosorb
Illawong Park NPK + Grosorb
Lehmann Park NPK + Grosorb
Newham Park NPK + Grosorb
Wallangarra Park NPK + Grosorb
Kinross Earlsferry Park NPK + Grosorb
Menteith Park NPK + Grosorb
Roxburgh Park NPK + Grosorb
Rutherglen Park NPK + Grosorb
Stonehaven Park NPK + Grosorb
Stow Park NPK + Grosorb
Thornton Park NPK + Grosorb
Marmion Braden Park NPK + Grosorb
Finney Park NPK + Grosorb
Keppell Park NPK + Grosorb
McKirdy Park NPK + Grosorb
Mullaloo Blackboy Park NPK + Grosorb
Gunida Park NPK + Grosorb
Kallaroo Park NPK + Grosorb
Tom Simpson Park NPK + Grosorb
Triton Park NPK + Grosorb
Wolinski Park NPK + Grosorb
Ocean Reef Beaumaris Park NPK + Grosorb
Herreshoff Park NPK + Grosorb
Southern Cross Park NPK + Grosorb
Tarolinta Park NPK + Grosorb
Trig Point Park NPK + Grosorb
Padbury Brazier Park NPK + Grosorb
Brisbane Park NPK + Grosorb
Cunningham Park NPK + Grosorb
Fernwood Park NPK + Grosorb
Fraser Park NPK + Grosorb
Gibson Park NPK + Grosorb
Leichhardt Park NPK + Grosorb
Oxley Park North NPK + Grosorb
Simpson Park NPK + Grosorb
Sorrento Albacore Park NPK + Grosorb
Geneff Park NPK + Grosorb
Harman Park NPK + Grosorb
Lacepede Park NPK + Grosorb
Tom Walker Park NPK + Grosorb
Warwick Aberdare Park NPK + Grosorb
Chelsford Park NPK + Grosorb
Churton Park NPK + Grosorb
Circle Park NPK + Grosorb
Springvale Park NPK + Grosorb
Woodvale Delonix Park NPK + Grosorb
Gascoyne Park NPK + Grosorb
Plumdale Park NPK + Grosorb
Timbercrest Park NPK + Grosorb
Trappers Park NPK + Grosorb
Waterview Park NPK + Grosorb
 

Fertiliser Use Notification 14 June – 18 June 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 14 June – Friday 18 June 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon Beldon Park Sportsmaster WSF
Ensign Park NPK + Grosorb
Gradient Park NPK + Grosorb
Haddington Park NPK + Grosorb
Sandalford Park NPK + Grosorb
Burns Beach Third Park NPK + Grosorb
Bramston Park Sportsmaster WSF
Connolly Baltusrol Park NPK + Grosorb
Bonnie Doon Park NPK + Grosorb
Cinque Ports Park NPK + Grosorb
Fairway Park NPK + Grosorb
Huntingdale Park NPK + Grosorb
St Michaels Park NPK + Grosorb
Craigie Adelaide Park NPK + Grosorb
Albion Park NPK + Grosorb
Barwon Park NPK + Grosorb
Camberwarra Park NPK + Grosorb
Chadstone Park NPK + Grosorb
Otago Park Sportsmaster WSF
Pinnacle Park NPK + Grosorb
Revitalise Park NPK + Grosorb
Warrandyte Park Sportsmaster WSF
Whitfords East Park NPK + Grosorb
Currambine Caledonia Park Sportsmaster WSF
Carlton Park including Currambine Primary School oval Sportsmaster WSF
Christchurch Park Sportsmaster WSF
Clermont Park NPK + Grosorb
DeCrillion Park NPK + Grosorb
Doncaster Park NPK + Grosorb
Fairmont Park NPK + Grosorb
Negressco Park NPK + Grosorb
Riversdale Park NPK + Grosorb
Santa Ana Park NPK + Grosorb
Duncraig Bracken Park NPK + Grosorb
Buckthorn Park NPK + Grosorb
Castlefern Park NPK + Grosorb
Coolibah Park NPK + Grosorb
Galston Park NPK + Grosorb
Geddes Park NPK + Grosorb
Glengarry Park Sportsmaster WSF
Granadilla Park NPK + Grosorb
Greenlaw Park NPK + Grosorb
Hilton Park NPK + Grosorb
Juniper Park Sportsmaster WSF
Kelvin Park NPK + Grosorb
Killen Park NPK + Grosorb
Macaulay Park NPK + Grosorb
Marri Park Sportsmaster WSF
Melene Park Sportsmaster WSF
Noal Gannon Park NPK + Grosorb
Percy Doyle Park Sportsmaster WSF
Portree Park NPK + Grosorb
Salata Park NPK + Grosorb
Sycamore Park NPK + Grosorb
Telopia Park NPK + Grosorb
Wanbrow Park NPK + Grosorb
Edgewater Emerald Park Sportsmaster WSF
Greenwood Blackall Park Sportsmaster WSF
Penistone Park Sportsmaster WSF
Warrigal Park Sportsmaster WSF
Heathridge Admiral Park Sportsmaster WSF
Heathridge Park Sportsmaster WSF
Littorina Park including Eddystone Primary School oval Sportsmaster WSF
Prince Regent Park Sportsmaster WSF
Hillarys Flinders Park Sportsmaster WSF
Hillarys Park Sportsmaster WSF
James Cook Park Sportsmaster WSF
Mawson Park Sportsmaster WSF
Iluka Iluka District Open Space Sportsmaster WSF
Joondalup Windermere Park Fertec Kelpro
Kallaroo Belrose Park Fertec Kelpro
Bridgewater Park Fertec Kelpro
Kingsley Barridale Park Fertec Kelpro
Kingsley Park Fertec Kelpro
Legana Park Fertec Kelpro
Moolanda Park Fertec Kelpro
Kinross Callander Park including Kinross Primary School oval Fertec Kelpro
Falkland Park including Kinross College oval Fertec Kelpro
MacNaughton Park Fertec Kelpro
Marmion
Mullaloo Charonia Park Fertec Kelpro
Korella Park including Mullaloo Beach Primary School oval Fertec Kelpro
Ocean Reef Lexcen Park Fertec Kelpro
Mirror Park Fertec Kelpro
Ocean Reef Park Fertec Kelpro
Santiago Park Fertec Kelpro
Padbury Forrest Park Fertec Kelpro
MacDonald Park Fertec Kelpro
Newcombe Park Fertec Kelpro
Sorrento Robin Park Fertec Kelpro
Seacrest Park Fertec Kelpro
Warwick Ellersdale Park Fertec Kelpro
Hawker Park Fertec Kelpro
Warwick Open Space Fertec Kelpro
Woodvale Chichester Park Fertec Kelpro
Parkside Park Fertec Kelpro
Timberlane Park Fertec Kelpro
 

Hillarys Beach Park – footpath closure

Please be advised that turf renovation works will be undertaken at Hillarys Beach Park on Tuesday 15 June 2021. The western footpath (running adjacent to the beach) between the playground and the toilet block will be closed, however, detours will be in place for pedestrians and cyclists during this time.  

Fertiliser Use Notification for 31 May – 4 June 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 31 May – Friday 4 June 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.  

Suburb

Location/Park Name

Fertiliser Product/ Type

Beldon
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie Warrandyte Park Energy Turf Organic
Currambine
Duncraig Glengarry Park Energy Turf Organic
Percy Doyle Reserve Energy Turf Organic
Edgewater Emerald Park Energy Turf Organic
Greenwood Blackall Park Energy Turf Organic
Penistone Park Energy Turf Organic
Heathridge Admiral Park Energy Turf Organic
Heathridge Park Energy Turf Organic
Prince Regent Park Energy Turf Organic
Hillarys Flinders Park Energy Turf Organic
Iluka Iluka District Open Space Energy Turf Organic
Joondalup Windermere Park Energy Turf Organic
Kallaroo Bridgewater Park Energy Turf Organic
Kingsley Barridale Park Energy Turf Organic
Kingsley Park Energy Turf Organic
Moolanda Park Energy Turf Organic
Kinross MacNaughton Park Energy Turf Organic
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef Ocean Reef Park Energy Turf Organic
Padbury MacDonald Park Energy Turf Organic
Sorrento
Warwick Ellersdale Park Energy Turf Organic
Woodvale Chichester Park Energy Turf Organic
 

Fertiliser Use Notification 24 May – 28 May 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 24 May and Friday 28 May 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location/Park Name

Fertiliser Product/ Type

Beldon
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie
Currambine
Duncraig
Edgewater
Greenwood
Heathridge
Hillarys
Iluka
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick Warwick Open Space NPK
Woodvale
 

Fertiliser Use Notification for 17 May – 21 May 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 17 May – Friday 21 May 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.  

Suburb

Location/Park Name

Fertiliser Product/Type

Beldon
Burns Beach
Connolly
Craigie Warrandyte Park Iron and Manganese
Currambine
Duncraig Juniper Park Iron and Manganese
Marri Park Iron and Manganese
Percy Doyle Reserve Iron and Manganese
Edgewater
Greenwood Penistone Park Iron and Manganese
Warrigal Park Iron and Manganese
Heathridge
Hillarys Hillarys Park Iron and Manganese
Mawson Park Iron and Manganese
Iluka
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley Kingsley Park Iron and Manganese
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef Mirror Park Iron and Manganese
Ocean Reef Park Iron and Manganese
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick Ellersdale Prak Iron and Manganese
Warwick Open Space NPK
Woodvale
 

Fertiliser Use Notification for 10 May – 14 May 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provided quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas, weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 10 May and Friday 14 May 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area.

Suburb

Location/Park Name

Fertiliser Product/ Type

Beldon Beldon Park Iron and Manganese
Burns Beach Bramston Park Iron and Manganese
Connolly
Craigie Warrandyte Park Iron and Manganese
Otago Park Iron and Manganese
Currambine Carlton Park (including Currambine Primary School oval) Iron and Manganese
Christchurch Park Iron and Manganese
Caledonia Park Iron and Manganese
Duncraig Glengarry Park Iron and Manganese
Juniper Park Iron and Manganese
Marri Park Iron and Manganese
Melene Park Iron and Manganese
Percy Doyle Reserve Iron and Manganese
Edgewater Emerald Park Iron and Manganese
Greenwood Blackall Park Iron and Manganese
Penistone Park Iron and Manganese
Warrigal Park Iron and Manganese
Heathridge Admiral Park Iron and Manganese
Heathridge Park Iron and Manganese
Littorina Park (including Eddystone Primary School oval) Iron and Manganese
Prince Regent Park Iron and Manganese
Hillarys Flinders Park Iron and Manganese
Hillarys Park Iron and Manganese
James Cook Park Iron and Manganese
Mawson Park Iron and Manganese
Iluka Iluka District Open Space Iron and Manganese
Joondalup Windermere Park Iron and Manganese
Kallaroo Belrose Park Iron and Manganese
Bridgewater Park Iron and Manganese
Kingsley Barridale Park Iron and Manganese
Kingsley Park Iron and Manganese
Legana Park Iron and Manganese
Moolanda Park Iron and Manganese
Kinross Callander Park Iron and Manganese
Falkland Park Iron and Manganese
Kinross college oval Iron and Manganese
Kinross primary oval Iron and Manganese
MacNaughton Park Iron and Manganese
Marmion
Mullaloo Charonia Park Iron and Manganese
Korella Park (including Mullaloo Beach Primary School oval) Iron and Manganese
Ocean Reef Lexcen Park Iron and Manganese
Mirror Park Iron and Manganese
Ocean Reef Park Iron and Manganese
Santiago Park Iron and Manganese
Padbury Forrest Park Iron and Manganese
MacDonald Park Iron and Manganese
Newcombe Park Iron and Manganese
Sorrento Robin Park Iron and Manganese
Seacrest Park Iron and Manganese
Warwick Ellersdale Prak Iron and Manganese
Hawker Park Iron and Manganese
Warwick Open Space Iron and Manganese
Woodvale Chichester Park Iron and Manganese
Parkside Park Iron and Manganese
Timberlane Park Iron and Manganese
 

Fertiliser Use Notification – 12 April to 16 April 2021

The City takes a scientific turf management approach by undertaking regular soil and leaf tissue analysis to guide its fertilising program to ensure the required and correct nutrients are being applied in the endeavour to provide quality public open spaces. Fertiliser products will be applied (broadacre scale) by the City’s appointed contractors. Vehicle-mounted signage will be utilised while works are in progress. Fertiliser application will be undertaken in the following areas (including surrounding verges, tree wells and medians), weather and operational resources permitting, between Monday 12 April – Friday 16 April 2021. Where no location is indicated against the suburb, fertilising is not scheduled for that area. For further information contact the City on 9400 4255.

Suburb

Location / Park Name

Fertiliser Product / Type

Beldon
Burns Beach Beachside Drive Bi-Agra and Kelpro
Beachside Park Bi-Agra and Kelpro
Bengello Park Bi-Agra and Kelpro
Burns Beach Road Bi-Agra and Kelpro
Grand Ocean Entrance Park north Bi-Agra and Kelpro
Grand Ocean Entrance Park south Bi-Agra and Kelpro
Grand Ocean Park Bi-Agra and Kelpro
Marmion Avenue verge Bi-Agra and Kelpro
McIntyre Park Bi-Agra and Kelpro
Picnic Parade Bi-Agra and Kelpro
Southport Park Bi-Agra and Kelpro
Windmill Park Bi-Agra and Kelpro
Connolly
Craigie
Currambine
Duncraig
Edgewater
Greenwood
Heathridge
Hillarys Amalfi Drive/Hepburn Entry Statement Iron/Manganese
Angove Drive/Curacao Lane Entry Statement 3.1.1
Curacao Lane Iron/Manganese and 3.1.1
Harbour View Park Iron/Manganese
Leeward Park Iron/Manganese
Marbella Park Iron/Manganese
Oahu Park Iron/Manganese
Tenerife Boulevard Entry Statement Iron/Manganese
Iluka Atma Park Iron/Manganese
Blackpool Park Iron/Manganese
Burns Beach Road – Specified Area Rates western and eastern verges (Discovery Circuit to Shenton Avenue) Iron/Manganese
Discovery Park Iron/Manganese
Miami Beach Promenade – Specified Area Rates verges (Marmion Avenue to Manhattan Avenue) Iron/Manganese
Ocean Gate Parade – Specified Area Rates verges and medians (Marmion Avenue to Naturaliste Boulevarde) Iron/Manganese
Pattaya Park Iron/Manganese
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Iron/Manganese
Shenton Avenue – Specified Area Rates northern verges (Naturaliste Boulevard to Marmion Avenue) Iron/Manganese
Silver Sands Drive – Specified Area Rates medians (Burns Beach Road to Delgado Parade) Iron/Manganese
Sir James McCusker Park Iron/Manganese
Joondalup
Kallaroo
Kingsley
Kinross
Marmion
Mullaloo
Ocean Reef
Padbury
Sorrento
Warwick
Woodvale

Magpies – Swooping

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, management or relocation of aggressive magpies during the nesting season; the Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions – Parks and Wildlife Service manages all native fauna within the City of Joondalup.

In extreme cases, a particularly aggressive magpie may have to be removed from a site. Individual cases must be assessed by Parks and Wildlife Service.

Nesting season usually occurs between August and November.

Any concerns can be reported to the Department’s Wildcare Helpline on 9474 9055 or alternatively the Parks and Wildlife Service website has some interesting information regarding living with magpies.

Magpies – Swooping

August to November is nesting season for magpies and occasionally male magpies become territorial to protect their young and may swoop if they think the nest or offspring are in danger. If you are swooped by a magpie, stay calm, do not run and avoid looking towards swooping birds.

To assist residents and visitors, the City encourages the public to report incidents involving territorial magpies which will be added to a register and available on the City’s website.

Please use this information in planning your travels within the City.

The City is aware of swooping magpies in the following locations:

Suburb

Location

Other information

Date reported

Beldon Haddington Park 14 October 2021
Burns Beach Burns Beach Park 6 October 2021
Craigie Otago Park 7 October 2021
Craigie Warrandyte Park 10 January 2022
Currambine Caledonia Park 4 October 2021
Greenwood Calectasia Park 17 September 2021
Heathridge Admiral Park 18 October 2021
Hillarys Maquire Park 19 October 2021
Hillarys New England Drive 20 October 2021
Kingsley Forest Hill Park 5 October 2021
Kingsley Whitechapel Lane 18 October 2021
Padbury Newcombe Park 30 August 2021
Sorrento Tom Walker Park 21 October 2021

 

Accessing City Public Open Space

Accessing City Public Open Space

Should you require access to City public open space, you’ll need to complete the application form and email it through to the City or deliver it to a City of Joondalup Customer Service Centre.

The form must be completed and returned to the City at least 10 days prior to access (a City officer will undertake a pre-start inspection and then contact you to advise if your application is approved or not).

A bond may be payable depending on the type of access required; the bond will be refunded in full providing there has been no damage to City infrastructure or vegetation.

The City has the absolute and unfettered discretion to accept or reject any request for access under its management responsibility and will be under to obligation to provide any reason for its determination.

Further information including Terms and Conditions can be found in the Accessing City Public Open Space application form.

Pesticide use

Pesticide use

The majority of the City’s pesticide use consists of applying herbicide for weed control and applying insecticides to manage certain insect pests. Herbicides are used to eliminate weeds to meet the community’s expectations for functional and aesthetically appealing parks, public open spaces, sports surfaces, natural areas and facilities.

The City’s Pesticide Use Notification Plan provides information on the City’s management of pesticide applications in public places that are owned or managed by the City, including works undertaken by City staff and contractors.

Pesticide application is undertaken in line with the Department of Health’s document Guidelines for the Safe Use of Pesticides in Non-Agricultural Workplaces. Only City approved pesticides are applied on land owned or managed by the City.

The City complies with specifications of pesticide labels and permits issued by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority, including additional warnings and safety protocols. All signage displayed will be in accordance with the Department of Health Pesticide Regulations Signage Requirements.

The City is committed to ensuring that pesticide use is justified, minimised and the lowest toxicity of pesticides is used to achieve the desired outcome in an effective and efficient manner, minimising potential harm to the community and the environment.

Pesticide notification

Notification of spraying activities will be based on the type of chemical control (unscheduled or scheduled) undertaken.

Scheduled chemical weed control program

Scheduled control is carried out at set intervals and requires planning due to the larger areas of spraying required.

Residents who register for inclusion on the City’s Pesticide Notification Register (refer section 8 of the Pesticide Use Notification Plan) will receive an automated notification (via text message or email) at least 24 hours prior to application.

Pesticide Use Notification Register

Unscheduled chemical weed control

Chemical weed control is a secondary action resulting from streetscape, park and natural area maintenance activities. Spraying is undertaken (if required) at the time of these activities. It is intended that this will involve minimal spot spraying of weeds.

All registrations are valid until 30 June each year. Residents and stakeholders must reapply each year by submitting a new application form; inclusion on the Register will not be reinstated unless a new application is submitted to the City. Please note that annual reminder notices will not be provided and it is the registrant’s responsibility to reapply for inclusion on the Register each year.

Spraying activities are subject to weather and operational resources.

Further information is contained on the Glyphosate web page.

Barbecue facilities

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Barbecue facilities

There are barbecue facilities in the following City parks. All barbecues are electric, free to use and are maintained and cleaned regularly:

  • Barridale Park, Kingsley
  • Beachside Park, Burns Beach
  • Blackall Park, Greenwood
  • Blackboy Park, Mullaloo
  • Braden Park, Marmion
  • Bramston Park, Burns Beach
  • Broadbeach Park, Hillarys
  • Burns Beach Park, Burns Beach
  • Camberwarra Park, Craigie
  • Delamere Park, Currambine
  • Ellersdale Park, Warwick
  • Fernwood Park, Padbury
  • Geneff Park, Sorrento
  • Granadilla Park, Duncraig
  • Grand Ocean Park, Burns Beach
  • Haddington Park, Beldon
  • Hawker Park, Warwick
  • Hillarys Beach Park (north and south), Hillarys
  • Hillarys Park, Hillarys
  • Iluka Beach Park, Iluka
  • Jack Kikeros Hall, Burns Beach
  • MacDonald Park, Padbury
  • MacNaughton Park, Kinross
  • Mamo Park, Greenwood
  • Marri Park, Duncraig
  • Mawson Park, Hillarys
  • McIntyre Park, Burns Beach
  • Moolanda Park, Kingsley
  • Neil Hawkins Park, Joondalup
  • Ocean Reef Beach Park, Ocean Reef
  • Penistone Park, Greenwood
  • Picnic Cove Park, Edgewater
  • Pinnacle Park, Craigie
  • Shepherds Bush Park, Kingsley
  • Sir James McCusker Park, Iluka
  • Sorrento Beach Park, Sorrento
  • Timberlane Park, Woodvale
  • Tom Simpson Park, Mullaloo

Significant trees

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 to preserve mature trees where possible.

Residents of the City are encouraged to recommend trees, considered to be of City-wide significance, for inclusion in the Significant Tree Register. Applications can be submitted via the online nomination form or by submitting the form contained in the Street Tree Guidelines.

The Significant Tree Register aims to protect significant trees on land owned or managed by the City of Joondalup and is an important component of the City’s philosophy of protecting natural heritage. Many individual and groups of trees are highly valued by the community, including remnants of the original vegetation of the area now left within an urban environment. These trees hold significant value for their visual/aesthetic, botanic/scientific, ecological and historical/commemorative/cultural and social aspects.

An individual tree, a stand of trees, or an avenue of trees, either native or exotic, and growing only on land owned or managed by the City will be considered for inclusion in the register on the basis of one or more of the following categories of significance:

  • Outstanding Visual/Aesthetic Significance
  • Botanic/Scientific Significance
  • Significant Ecological Value
  • Historical, Commemorative, Cultural and Social Significance.

The City has the absolute and unfettered discretion to accept or reject any nomination made and will be under no obligation to provide any reasons for its determination.

Significant Trees

 Genus

Species

Common name

Number of trees

Location

Height

Corymbia calophylla Marri/Red Gum 1 Chichester Park

127 Trappers Drive, Woodvale

42 metres
Eucalyptus gomphocephala Tuart 1 Hepburn Avenue

Near Lukin Road, Hillarys

20 metres
Nuytsia floribunda Western Australian Christmas Trees 17 Leeward Park

2 Amalfi Drive, Hillarys

2-5 metres
Eucalyptus gomphocephala Tuart 1 Joondalup Drive

Corner of Sundew Rise, Joondalup

16 metres
Pinus halepensis Aleppo Pine 1 Central Park

187 Grand Boulevard, Joondalup

4 metres
Eucalyptus gomphocephala Tuart 1 Whitfords East Park

26 Rosette Close, Craigie

31 metres
Eucalyptus gomphocephala Tuart 1 Leichhardt Park

57 Leichhardt Avenue, Padbury

20 metres
Eucalyptus gomphocephala Tuart 1 Leichhardt Park

57 Leichhardt Avenue, Padbury

21 metres

Eucalyptus gomphocephala Tuart 1 Quarry Ramble Park

35 Quarry Ramble, Edgewater

32 metres

Corymbia citriodora Lemon-Scented Gums 50 Davallia Road median island, Duncraig

14-23 metres

Ficus microcarpa var. hillii Hill’s Weeping Fig 12 Sycamore Drive, Duncraig

15-19 metres

Platanus acerifolia London Plane 17 Sycamore Drive, Duncraig 14-18 metres

 

Verge treatments

Verge treatments

Verge treatments are regulated by the City’s Local Government and Public Property Local Law 2014.

Residents are able to undertake improvements to the verge that are in line with the permissible verge treatments described in the Street Verge Guidelines.

Street tree planting

Street tree planting

The City supports residents’ efforts in greening their streets and will supply and plant trees on residential verges free of charge at the request of the property owner.  If you would like the City to plant a street tree, please submit the application form below.

The City will supply and plant verge trees, one tree for standard (non-corner) properties; or up to three trees for corner properties (one on the short side of the property, two on the long side).

Residents can plant their own tree(s) on the verge with approval from the City and the species must be selected from the Preferred Street Tree Species list.  If you would like to plant your own street tree, an application form must be submitted.

Street trees that are to be planted by the City are planted each year during the winter and all application forms need to be received by 31 March of each year to ensure stock availability. Tree selection must be from the Preferred Street Tree Species list.  Applications received after 31 March will be planted in the following year’s planting program.

Street tree planting applications are subject to a site inspection.

Street tree maintenance

Street tree maintenance

Pruning

Pruning is generally only undertaken to further the health and vitality of a tree. If there are concerns that the tree is a hazard, damaged, diseased, dangerous or dead, the City will investigate and arrange the most appropriate action.

In the interest of public safety and for the health of the trees, only the City or its licensed contractors are to carry out any pruning of street trees.

Any unauthorised pruning or removal of trees within the City, undertaken by persons other than the City or its licensed contractor, is an offence and prosecution can occur. Regulation 5 of the Local Government Uniform Local Provisions provides that it is an offence for a person, without lawful authority, to interfere with the soil or anything on local government property (which includes a verge), or take anything from land that is local government property.

Additionally, Part 8.1 of the Local Government and Public Property Local Law 2014 – Activities in public places – states:

A person must not:

(a) damage, injure, prune, remove or kill by felling, poisoning or any other means, a tree on a thoroughfare or verge unless the person is –

  1. Acting under authority of the local government
  2. A local government employee or contractor engaged by the local government to undertake work in relation to a particular tree or trees on thoroughfares in the district or on local government property generally
  3. Acting under authority of a written law.

Parties who breach the regulation and/or this Local Law may also be responsible for the amenity value, replacement and establishment costs of a suitable replacement tree.

Pruning around or near powerlines

In those suburbs where there are overhead powerlines, street trees are pruned to maintain mandatory clearances around Western Power infrastructure.

Tree removal

The City recognises the importance of preserving trees for the current community and for future generations, however the City may remove trees under the following criteria:

  1. The tree is dead, in decline or past its safe useful life
  2. The tree has been deemed, by a suitably qualified person, as a hazard to persons or property and no pruning techniques can alleviate the hazard
  3. The tree is diseased or damaged past the point of recovery and no remedial treatment will be effective
  4. A development approved by the City deems the removal necessary, in which case the developer shall be responsible for the amenity value, removal, replacement and establishment costs of a replacement tree
  5. The tree has been planted by a resident without the City’s approval and may be removed at the resident’s expense
  6. The tree is deemed by the City to be an inappropriate species for that location.

Trees will not be pruned or removed for any of the following reasons:

  • Falling leaves, bark or fruit causing a nuisance
  • The variety is disliked or a resident’s preference is for a different species
  • A perceived danger that the tree or a limb may fail
  • Perceived damage to infrastructure
  • The tree shades lawns, gardens, houses, pools, solar panels, etc
  • To enhance or clear views, inclusive of advertising signage
  • Allergy and/or health problems
  • For the installation of non-essential crossovers or verge paving.

The City is the only authority allowed to remove a street tree. Any unauthorised pruning or removal of trees within the City, undertaken by persons other than the City or its licensed contractor, is an offence and prosecution can occur.

Street tree maintenance request

Building development guidelines to protect street trees

Building development guidelines to protect street trees

The City encourages residents to develop plans which retain existing street trees.

Should a tree/s still need to be removed (after building plan approval) due to the building works or the crossover location, then the owner and/or builder would need to reimburse the City for the amenity value of the tree/s (Helliwell Method), the costs incurred for removal and a replacement tree.

Residents or developers are unable to undertake (or engage a contractor to undertake) removal of street trees. Should it be found that the tree/s has been damaged or removed without approval, the property owner may be liable for the amenity value of the tree/s on the verge as per Regulation 5 of the Local Government and Uniform Provisions and Part 8.1 the City’s Local Government and Public Property Local Law 2014.

 

Verge maintenance

Verge maintenance

A street verge is the portion of a thoroughfare which lies between the boundary of a carriageway and the adjacent property line. The verge provides a safe pedestrian space and vehicle access to properties. The verge also accommodates public service utilities such as street lighting, bus stops, power supply, water, sewerage and telecommunications cables.

The City appreciates the visual amenity afforded by verges that are maintained and improved by residents. While the City is responsible for street trees and enforcing verge requirements, it is the householder’s responsibility to maintain the verge (including corner verges) so that footpaths, roadways and sightlines remain free from obstructions at all times to allow pedestrian access along the verge area, in preference to walking on the roadway, regardless of whether a footpath has been constructed or not.

 

Overhanging trees and branches on private property

Overhanging trees and branches on private property

Trees that are on private property are not controlled by the City and therefore pruning is at the discretion of the owner. The City is unable to enforce residents to undertake pruning of trees on private property unless they are a hazard. It is a property owner’s responsibility to inspect their own trees regularly and ensure that they are in a safe condition. Please note that trees are living organisms and over time their condition may change.

My neighbour’s tree looks dangerous and branches are overhanging my property

The City of Joondalup advises that this is a civil matter and the City may only commence involvement once it is satisfied that the tree does present a hazard and that the property owner or occupier has failed to take appropriate action to remove the hazard.

It is suggested that you contact the owner of the property or the managing agent (for rental properties) in the first instance and attempt to resolve the matter to the satisfaction of both parties.

If you are in dispute with your neighbour, it may be advisable to undertake mediation with your neighbour. The City, via the Citizens Advice Bureau, offers a free mediation service to residents and property owners of the City of Joondalup. Further information is available by contacting the City’s Customer Relations Advocate on 9400 4942.

Kerb and footpath replacement request

Kerb and footpath replacement request

Kerb replacement

Kerb replacement is carried out in conjunction with the City’s Road Preservation and Resurfacing Program; unless the kerb is displaced or a hazard it will not be replaced.

Can I install my own kerb or footpath?

Residents and developers are unable to undertake (or engage a contractor to undertake) removal or install a footpath or kerb as this is an offence under Regulation 5 of the Local Government Uniform Provisions and penalties may apply. The City can replace a kerb at the owner’s expense (the City will provide a quotation).

Tree height on private property

Tree height on private property

There is no specific limit to the height that a tree is allowed to grow.

Trees that are on private property are not controlled by the City and therefore pruning is at the discretion of the owner. The City is unable to enforce residents to undertake pruning of trees on private property unless they are deemed a hazard by a qualified arborist.

Road resurfacing and road maintenance

Road resurfacing and road maintenance

The City has an annual program of works to resurface and preserve road infrastructure.

With over 1,000km of roads within the City and two-thirds of the budget being supported by external grant funding, a prioritisation process is required for the scheduling of works. This includes

  • Technical assessments (including external audits and annual inspections)
  • Alignment with other planned projects
  • External grant funding criteria

This process informs the priority works for the City’s Road Preservation and Resurfacing Program, which is contained within the 5 Year Capital Works Program.

To view works listed in the current financial year, please refer to the online Capital Works Mapping system.

If resurfacing works are not required in the short term, the City will continue to monitor the road surface to ensure the surface remains in a safe and useable condition prior to any future renewal works.

The following roads are managed by Main Roads WA. Please report faults on 131 818.

  • Mitchell Freeway, including the on and off ramps
  • Bridges over Mitchell Freeway
  • Bridges over the rail line
  • Wanneroo Road
  • Marmion Avenue, south of Ocean Reef Road

Maintenance of the westbound lanes of Beach Road is the responsibility of the City of Stirling.