Rehabilitating Roe 8

Rehabilitating Roe 8 is a state funded collaboration between community organisations and government to transform the area that was cleared for Stage 8 of the Roe Highway into a young but thriving ecological corridor.

The corridor stretches from Bibra Drive, Bibra Lake in the east to Southwell Crescent, Hamilton Hill in the West and transverses a variety of ecological communities.

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Acknowledgement of Country

We the people of Rehabilitating Roe 8 acknowledge the project area is on the lands of the Whadjuk People of the Noongar Nation. 

We pay our respects to their Ancestors and the Elders, past and present.  We honour their continuous stewardship of country and extend our respects to the knowledge, culture and customs that form the foundations of the land and waters we live on today.

We would also like to acknowledge all First Nations peoples of Australia for their rich contribution to modern society and their spiritual and cultural relationships towards the country, waters and seas we all call home today. 

Elder Marie Taylor welcoming the community to country for a planting event

Community’s Vision

To create a thriving, connected and accessible suite of natural areas. These areas will be home to local biological diversity as well as become connected community spaces, allowing the public access to enjoy and respect the local environment via a connected pathway network.

The Roe 8 corridor will become an important community asset that will be enjoyed by the public for generations to come.

A sandy path in the western end of the corridor welcomes bush walkers