Woodlea is a residential development near Melton, west of Melbourne. Throughout the western outer suburbs, serrated tussock is known to occur in medium to dense infestations.
When the site was purchased in 2000, the infestation was widespread. In recent years, Woodlea’s developer has worked closely with Melton City Council and other agencies and contractors to control serrated tussock around the Deanside Wetlands and the Kororoit Creek. By doing so, the developer is improving the amenity of the area and making it more attractive for their customers, as well as fulfilling their planning requirements with Council
and state government.
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