Project Overview 

Want to know more about the Broz Park wetland restoration project?

Broz Park wetland is the focus of an environmental restoration project undertaken by the Shire between 2021 and 2022.

View this project page to access information, keep up-to-date with the latest news and/or book your place at one of the community events to learn more about improving and protecting the health of this wetland and its wildlife.

This project is supported by funding from the Western Australian Government's State Natural Resource Management (NRM) Program.

Project Aim 

The Broz Park wetland restoration project aims to improve the water quality and ecosystem functioning in the wetland by:

  • Removing non-native fish species
  • Installing an artificial water aeration system
  • Revegetating the banks of the wetland to filter nutrients and provide fauna habitat
  • Introducing native fish species into the wetland
  • Educating the community about healthy wildlife interactions; and
  • Increasing community awareness of the impacts of fertiliser use on wetlands and waterways.

Document Library 

Project Links


Healthy WIldlife, Healthy Lives

State Natural Resources Management (NRM) Program 

Further information

Contact the Supervisor of Environment and Horticulture via for more information about this project.