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South Mindarie Trail - Stop 7

South Mindarie Silver gull

Habitat Connections in the Growing City

Views from Stop 7 on the South Mindarie Foreshore Trail provide good views of the Tamala Conservation Park and other conservation bushland. What can you see?

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Photo courtesy to the Quinns Rocks Environmental Group Inc.

A - Melaleuca cardiophylla Low Forest to Closed Tall Scrub - the southernmost area of this association.
B - The ridgeline of the largest parabolic dune retained in relatively undisturbed form. Its front is separated by Marmion Avenue and is located within the Tamala rubbish tip.

South  Mindarie Trail
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Photo courtesy to the Quinns Rocks Environmental Group Inc.

A - Vegetation retained in public open space within the Catalina subdivision.
B - Continuation of the parabolic dune ridge.
C - Tuart stands
D - Tamala rubbish tip - along the boundaries, vegetation is retained and recognised for its connecting role between the vegetation in Tamala Conservation Park and Neerabup National Park.
E - Neerabup National Park