Maylands Lakes Water Quality & Revegetation Works

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The City of Bayswater is committed to improving the water quality, natural habitat and amenity around Maylands lakes. The lakes are home to turtles, frogs, and a range of birdlife including Cormorants.

Following long-term monitoring and advice by specialist consulting company GHD, Council has adopted a plan based on this scientific advice and community input, to dredge parts of Lake Brearley and install mechanical mixers in Lake Bungana and Lake Brearley. The plan also includes a:

  • A fauna study
  • Management and maintenance plan,
  • Water monitoring
  • Revegetation to recreate a healthy eco-system
  • Community involvement.

As a result, the City will progressively undertake a number of actions to improve the water quality at the Maylands Lakes.

More information is available in the Frequently Asked Questions, or you can view the GHD Monitoring Report, Management Options Report, and Council report (page 133).

To keep up to date with progress, check out the News Feed below, or register to Follow the project on the right of this page.

The City of Bayswater is committed to improving the water quality, natural habitat and amenity around Maylands lakes. The lakes are home to turtles, frogs, and a range of birdlife including Cormorants.

Following long-term monitoring and advice by specialist consulting company GHD, Council has adopted a plan based on this scientific advice and community input, to dredge parts of Lake Brearley and install mechanical mixers in Lake Bungana and Lake Brearley. The plan also includes a:

  • A fauna study
  • Management and maintenance plan,
  • Water monitoring
  • Revegetation to recreate a healthy eco-system
  • Community involvement.

As a result, the City will progressively undertake a number of actions to improve the water quality at the Maylands Lakes.

More information is available in the Frequently Asked Questions, or you can view the GHD Monitoring Report, Management Options Report, and Council report (page 133).

To keep up to date with progress, check out the News Feed below, or register to Follow the project on the right of this page.

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