Railway Reserve - Greenway Corridor

Consultation has concluded

This image is one of the work areas along Railway Parade.

Stage four of a project to create a green corridor along the Nedlands section of the rail reserve will commence shortly. It will revegetate part of the grass verge on the western side, from south of Shenton Park station to north of Karrakatta station.

Following the removal of grass weeds and limestone rubble, certified mulch will be laid in readiness for the planting of Waterwise native trees, shrubs and groundcovers in June.

The project assists with protecting biodiversity within the City, providing improved habitats for local fauna and increasing local capacity to absorb greenhouse gas emissions.

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

  • Read the information provided in the FAQs
  • Asking us a question using the Ask us a Question tab and we will respond
  • Providing feedback using the Feedback tab, or
  • Visit the project area to check out progress.

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Stage four of a project to create a green corridor along the Nedlands section of the rail reserve will commence shortly. It will revegetate part of the grass verge on the western side, from south of Shenton Park station to north of Karrakatta station.

Following the removal of grass weeds and limestone rubble, certified mulch will be laid in readiness for the planting of Waterwise native trees, shrubs and groundcovers in June.

The project assists with protecting biodiversity within the City, providing improved habitats for local fauna and increasing local capacity to absorb greenhouse gas emissions.

How can you get involved, find out more or provide feedback?

  • Read the information provided in the FAQs
  • Asking us a question using the Ask us a Question tab and we will respond
  • Providing feedback using the Feedback tab, or
  • Visit the project area to check out progress.

Updates on the project will occur in a News Feed on this engagement page.

Are you interested in other projects and activities being undertaken by the City and would like to stay updated? Register on the "Register to be Involved" tab on this page. You will receive updates on the City's projects and engagement outcomes.

Consultation has concluded
  • Works progressing to schedule

    3 months ago
    Works in progress

    Stage four of this project has been completed. Part of the grass verge on the western side of the railway line, from south of Shenton Park train station to north of Karrakatta train station has been revegetated.

    Following the removal of grass weeds and limestone rubble in May certified mulch was layed and local provenance water wise seedlings were planted in June.

    This project assist’s the City’s aims of protecting biodiversity, providing improved habitats and connectivity for local fauna and increasing the City’s capacity to absorb greenhouse gas emissions.

    Stage four of this project has been completed. Part of the grass verge on the western side of the railway line, from south of Shenton Park train station to north of Karrakatta train station has been revegetated.

    Following the removal of grass weeds and limestone rubble in May certified mulch was layed and local provenance water wise seedlings were planted in June.

    This project assist’s the City’s aims of protecting biodiversity, providing improved habitats and connectivity for local fauna and increasing the City’s capacity to absorb greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Work to commence on green corridor extension

    5 months ago
    Greenway corridor work area south of nagal pass

    Stage four of creating the green corridor along the Nedlands section of the rail reserve has begun. Following the removal of grass weeds and limestone rubble, certified mulch will be laid over the project area. Waterwise native trees, shrubs and groundcovers will then be planted in June.

    The project assists with protecting biodiversity within the City, providing improved habitats for local fauna and increasing local capacity to absorb greenhouse gas emissions.


    Stage four of creating the green corridor along the Nedlands section of the rail reserve has begun. Following the removal of grass weeds and limestone rubble, certified mulch will be laid over the project area. Waterwise native trees, shrubs and groundcovers will then be planted in June.

    The project assists with protecting biodiversity within the City, providing improved habitats for local fauna and increasing local capacity to absorb greenhouse gas emissions.