This Agreement will support the delivery of eradicating three pest mammal species - cat, black rat and house mouse - from Flinders Island, South Australia, to create a 3,470 hectare safe haven. This together with habitat restoration actions will enable the introduction of at least two small-to-medium-sized, national priority, threatened Australian mammal species thereby reducing the risk of their extinction.
Environment Restoration Fund
The outputs of this agreement will be the upgrade of Gross Pollutant Trap infrastructure to improve their performance at the Second Creek Outfall into the River Torrens. This will involve:
- the construction of a trash rack;
- upgrading the existing floating boom infrastructure to improve litter collection.
The output of this agreement will be the reestablishment of native vegetation at priority locations within the newly proclaimed Glenthorne National Park, including:
- site preparation of 165 hectares of National Park land;
- undertaking 11 hectares of weed control;
- propagation of 90,980 plants; and
- revegetation of 165 hectares of National Park land.
The outputs of this agreement will be the finalisation of the reestablishment of native vegetation at the Breakout Creek site along 1.7kms of the River Torrens between the Tapley's Hill Road Bridge and the mouth of the River Torrens at Seaview Road, West Beach, and will involve:
- 10 hectares of site preparation
- the propagation of 16,000 plants;
- the revegetation of 5 hectares of associated river banks
The outputs of this agreement will be:
- the completion of a replacement gate structure to enable saltwater incursion into Yeramba Lagoon to restore habitat for saltmarsh and mangrove vegetation communities;
- the undertaking of weed and vegetation restoration work in the riparian environment and area immediately surrounding the Yeramba Lagoon; and
- the undertaking of a mangrove reestablishment program for mangroves to develop in reclaimed estuarine environments.