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The Anglican Church’s ‘North $toneville’ contains 13 Aboriginal archaeological sites...

5 are on the northern boundary, including a culturally significant water-course across ‘Woolhouse Lane’ and ‘Hawkstone St’ - formerly Cameron Rd. Along with Aboriginal significance, it’s a thriving eco-system of frogs and other wildlife.

$atterley wants to put 4,000 people, 1,500 houses, and a maze of suburban-style bitumen road networks, including a link road that will destroy this water-course.

Mundaring Shire has just lodged its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) with Reconciliation Australia. $atterley's proposed destruction does not align with the Shire‘s RAP

Re-zoning ‘North $toneville’ back to Rural, as Save Perth Hills AND Mundaring Council have proposed, would help to protect these sites.

Once it's gone - it’s gone...

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