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Bouvard Coast Care Group
Working for the future to protect our coastal dune system, fauna and wildlife

Resources

The Internet holds a wealth of environmental information, if you know where to look. We’ve gathered together a selection of useful website links, documents & other information to help you. If you have a very good resource you think should be included here, please contact us and let us know.
IntraMaps enables you to perform an address search or navigate to a property, you are then provided with a range of information about the property including size, dimensions and zonings. Included is both current and historic aerial photography. Users must not rely on accuracy of information. Whilst the City endeavours to update information within IntraMaps on a regular basis, the information is provided as a general guide only and may be subject to change or may contain errors. The City does not guarantee the accuracy of the information obtained from IntraMaps. For legal purposes, easements, dimensions and lot areas refer to the Certificate of Title. All other information should be referred back to City of Mandurah.
The City of Mandurah is home to a number of reserves with a variety of environments from wetlands, coastal and estuarine foreshores through to coastal heaths and woodlands. As our City grows and population increases, the need for the provision of homes, commercial services, schools, roads and recreation facilities becomes necessary, resulting in undeveloped natural areas being subjected to pressure for these kinds of developments.  Zoning under the City of Mandurah's Town Planning Scheme No 3 and the Peel Region Scheme means that subdivision development will continue to occur in vegetated areas to allow for the City's projected population growth.
Snap, Send, Solve is a mobile app for your phone that allows you to report issues to your local council quickly and easily. Simply snap a photo, complete a few details about the problem, your phone adds the location and works out the relevant authority to send the report to and click Send. If you want to know when a problem has been fixed, add your email address and the council will email you. Simple, efficient and supported by Mandurah City Council. There is no easier way to report a problem. Available for iOS and Android smart phones. There’s a video explanation on their website. You can also  the councils own on-line reporting form.
Plant Health Australia (PHA) was formed in recognition that, in global terms, Australia is fortunate to experience a relative freedom from pests, weeds and diseases that can affect plant industries. We have been able to build a valuable reputation as a reliable and efficient supplier of quality plant products that are clean and free from diseases, pests and weeds. With the majority of plant industries having or developing a significant export component to their business, the need for Australia to enhance its plant health status and plant health arrangements has become increasingly important.
On 1 July 2013, the Department of Environment Regulation was established under the Public Sector Management Act 1994. The Department of Environment Regulation has three service delivery areas:     Service 1: Environmental Regulation—Regulate activities with potential impacts on the environment.     Service 2: Environment Policy—Develop and implement policies and strategies that promote environmental outcomes.     Service 3: Waste Strategies—Reduce the impact of waste. The Department’s purpose is to advise on and implement strategies for a healthy environment for Western Australia.
Rangers have a varied role in helping to protect the city's natural and built assets and are responsible for a upholding community and public safety under the guidance of various State and Local Laws. Ranger's responsibilities are wide and varied and include animal control, cat and dog registrations, impounded animals, littering, fire permits, fire control, abandoned vehicles, infringements,  and parking. Working alongside the community, the Rangers also act as the 'eyes on the street' and are proactive in reporting incidents such as vandalism and damage to amenities and facilities to relevant City departments. Ranger Services are available seven days a week 7.00am - 6.30pm with an after hours contact number 9550 3777.
Planet earth is struggling to maintain the balance of L.I.F.E for all of the species that call it home.  Here in Australia our fragile landscape is under constant pressure from an ever-growing and consuming, modern way of life.  Landcarers everywhere are working together to maintain the health of their local environments, but the time has come for everyone to help maintain the balance of L.I.F.E by becoming involved and thinking about their actions each and every day and what impact they have. Whether you live in a city or a one pub town, on the beach or on a station, in the Top End or the Island State, this website is designed to give you ideas on what you can do or how you can join others in caring for the land and our environment, because after all, the land is the reason we exist and the reason we continue to survive. Getting involved in Landcare and getting involved with L.I.F.E means many different things to different people, but one thing for sure is that no matter who you are or where you live, there’s a way that you can make a difference. There’s a way that you can help.
OzCoasts provides comprehensive information about Australia's coast, including its estuaries, coastal waterways and climate change impact. This helps to generate a better understanding of coastal environments, the complex processes that occur in them, the potential environmental health issues. OzCoasts is managed by the Seabed Mapping and Coastal Information section at Geoscience Australia, and represents a collaborative effort of more than 100 scientists and mangers from across Australia. OzCoasts is a publicly accessible online database with a web-based interface that provides comprehensive information about Australia's coasts (including its estuaries and coastal waterways) to natural resource managers, marine scientists, planners, policy makers and the general public. This information and data helps to generate a better understanding of Australia's coastal environments. The content of OzCoasts represents the collaborative efforts of more than 100 coastal scientists from a wide range of government agencies and universities.
Addressing around the world isn’t suitable for everyday needs. Street addresses can be inaccurate or ambiguous. Road names are repetitive. Homes and businesses are often located far from the centre of their postcode. And much of the world simply isn’t addressed – from informal settlements to the park where you’ve planned to meet friends, or the precise location where you’re waiting for the cab to collect you. what3words provides a precise and incredibly simple way to talk about location. We have divided the world into a grid of 3m x 3m squares and assigned each one a unique 3 word address. It means everyone and everywhere now has an address. This is especially important for Bouvard Coast Care’s work on the beaches and dunes. We need to be able to tell our volunteers exactly where to plant or brush. That is why we recommend What 3 Words as our mapping standard.
A visualization of global weather conditions forecast by supercomputers updated every three hours ocean surface current estimates updated every five days ocean surface temperatures and anomaly from daily average (1981-2011) updated daily ocean waves updated every three hours
A visualization of global weather conditions forecast by supercomputers updated every three hours ocean surface current estimates updated every five days ocean surface temperatures and anomaly from daily average (1981-2011) updated daily ocean waves updated every three hours
Available to all members on a first come first served basis, you can reserve a booking for the trailer via our website. The trailer is only to be used for the transportation of brushings to the dunes. Please choose the days you wish to book the BCCG trailer then complete the form & click SEND. When your booking is confirmed, we will email you collection instructions. The trailer comes with gate key, florescent jackets, BCCG signs & side bars.
Copyright © Bouvard Coast Care Group Inc - Registered Not for Profit Organisation
Designed by Westcountry

Resources

The Internet holds a wealth of environmental information, if you know where to look. We’ve gathered together a selection of useful website links, documents & other information to help you. If you have a very good resource you think should be included here, please contact us and let us know.
IntraMaps enables you to perform an address search or navigate to a property, you are then provided with a range of information about the property including size, dimensions and zonings. Included is both current and historic aerial photography. Users must not rely on accuracy of information. Whilst the City endeavours to update information within IntraMaps on a regular basis, the information is provided as a general guide only and may be subject to change or may contain errors. The City does not guarantee the accuracy of the information obtained from IntraMaps. For legal purposes, easements, dimensions and lot areas refer to the Certificate of Title. All other information should be referred back to City of Mandurah.
The City of Mandurah is home to a number of reserves with a variety of environments from wetlands, coastal and estuarine foreshores through to coastal heaths and woodlands. As our City grows and population increases, the need for the provision of homes, commercial services, schools, roads and recreation facilities becomes necessary, resulting in undeveloped natural areas being subjected to pressure for these kinds of developments.  Zoning under the City of Mandurah's Town Planning Scheme No 3 and the Peel Region Scheme means that subdivision development will continue to occur in vegetated areas to allow for the City's projected population growth.
Snap, Send, Solve is a mobile app for your phone that allows you to report issues to your local council quickly and easily. Simply snap a photo, complete a few details about the problem, your phone adds the location and works out the relevant authority to send the report to and click Send. If you want to know when a problem has been fixed, add your email address and the council will email you. Simple, efficient and supported by Mandurah City Council. There is no easier way to report a problem. Available for iOS and Android smart phones. There’s a video explanation on their website. You can also  the councils own on-line reporting form.
Plant Health Australia (PHA) was formed in recognition that, in global terms, Australia is fortunate to experience a relative freedom from pests, weeds and diseases that can affect plant industries. We have been able to build a valuable reputation as a reliable and efficient supplier of quality plant products that are clean and free from diseases, pests and weeds. With the majority of plant industries having or developing a significant export component to their business, the need for Australia to enhance its plant health status and plant health arrangements has become increasingly important.
On 1 July 2013, the Department of Environment Regulation was established under the Public Sector Management Act 1994. The Department of Environment Regulation has three service delivery areas:     Service 1: Environmental Regulation—Regulate activities with potential impacts on the environment.     Service 2: Environment Policy—Develop and implement policies and strategies that promote environmental outcomes.     Service 3: Waste Strategies—Reduce the impact of waste. The Department’s purpose is to advise on and implement strategies for a healthy environment for Western Australia.
Rangers have a varied role in helping to protect the city's natural and built assets and are responsible for a upholding community and public safety under the guidance of various State and Local Laws. Ranger's responsibilities are wide and varied and include animal control, cat and dog registrations, impounded animals, littering, fire permits, fire control, abandoned vehicles, infringements,  and parking. Working alongside the community, the Rangers also act as the 'eyes on the street' and are proactive in reporting incidents such as vandalism and damage to amenities and facilities to relevant City departments. Ranger Services are available seven days a week 7.00am - 6.30pm with an after hours contact number 9550 3777.
Planet earth is struggling to maintain the balance of L.I.F.E for all of the species that call it home.  Here in Australia our fragile landscape is under constant pressure from an ever-growing and consuming, modern way of life.  Landcarers everywhere are working together to maintain the health of their local environments, but the time has come for everyone to help maintain the balance of L.I.F.E by becoming involved and thinking about their actions each and every day and what impact they have. Whether you live in a city or a one pub town, on the beach or on a station, in the Top End or the Island State, this website is designed to give you ideas on what you can do or how you can join others in caring for the land and our environment, because after all, the land is the reason we exist and the reason we continue to survive. Getting involved in Landcare and getting involved with L.I.F.E means many different things to different people, but one thing for sure is that no matter who you are or where you live, there’s a way that you can make a difference. There’s a way that you can help.
OzCoasts provides comprehensive information about Australia's coast, including its estuaries, coastal waterways and climate change impact. This helps to generate a better understanding of coastal environments, the complex processes that occur in them, the potential environmental health issues. OzCoasts is managed by the Seabed Mapping and Coastal Information section at Geoscience Australia, and represents a collaborative effort of more than 100 scientists and mangers from across Australia. OzCoasts is a publicly accessible online database with a web-based interface that provides comprehensive information about Australia's coasts (including its estuaries and coastal waterways) to natural resource managers, marine scientists, planners, policy makers and the general public. This information and data helps to generate a better understanding of Australia's coastal environments. The content of OzCoasts represents the collaborative efforts of more than 100 coastal scientists from a wide range of government agencies and universities.
Bouvard Coast Care Group Working for the future to protect our coastal dune system, fauna and wildlife
Addressing around the world isn’t suitable for everyday needs. Street addresses can be inaccurate or ambiguous. Road names are repetitive. Homes and businesses are often located far from the centre of their postcode. And much of the world simply isn’t addressed – from informal settlements to the park where you’ve planned to meet friends, or the precise location where you’re waiting for the cab to collect you. what3words provides a precise and incredibly simple way to talk about location. We have divided the world into a grid of 3m x 3m squares and assigned each one a unique 3 word address. It means everyone and everywhere now has an address. This is especially important for Bouvard Coast Care’s work on the beaches and dunes. We need to be able to tell our volunteers exactly where to plant or brush. That is why we recommend What 3 Words as our mapping standard.
A visualization of global weather conditions forecast by supercomputers updated every three hours ocean surface current estimates updated every five days ocean surface temperatures and anomaly from daily average (1981-2011) updated daily ocean waves updated every three hours