At the September 2011 Town of Bassendean Council meeting, Councillors resolved to pursue the zone change from parks and recreation to residential for two blocks important to the proposed Bindaring Vision.
We need to make sure we keep it that way.
Recently there have been attempts to erode the public open space in Bindaring Park. This wetland is a wildlife habitat, serving a vital function in times of heavy rainfall and flood and is enjoyed as a public open space for recreation. It could be so much more.
Community Newspapers compiled a wonderful video of the swans and cygnets down at Bindaring Park.
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Bassendean is a beautiful place to live.
Our sense of community, beautiful open spaces and proximity to the river make a Town that is unique in every way.
The Bindaring Vision is for a functional wetland helping to improve the health of the river including managed recreation space to ensure native flora and fauna can flourish, an inspiring nature-based playground, a conservation area with community access and free open space for all the activities we already enjoy in Bindaring Park.