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Regeneration and restoration of the coastal headland at Dolphin Pt

Undertake restoration and regeneration of the Dolphin Point Reserve to increase the reserve’s biodiversity. The objectives are as follows:

  1. Reduction of Cape Ivy (Delairea ororata) infestations on the headland.
  2. Removal of other ground cover exotic weeds from under the existing canopy of the headland‘s vegetation to encourage regeneration of the headland’s remnant vegetation.
  3. Protection and restoration of the Bangalay Sand Forest of the Sydney Basin and south east Corner Bioregions on the headland, which is listed as an Endangered Ecological Community (EEC) under the NSW Threatened Species and Conservation Act 1995.
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