Government moves to fix Port Geographe

The state government has committed $28 million to fix seaweed build-up and beach erosion at Port Geographe near Busselton, after the developers, including Luke Saraceni, Axiom Properties and Macquarie


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Go and have a look how they do it in Spain. Every evening/night when the beaches are empty.workmen arrive met small dozers and scoop up the seaweed from the beach. After that the drive a cart drawing some type of a rake behind it and rake up the beach. After the tide has smoothed out the beach it is again in a pristine condition. I suppose the seaweed could be used (after treatment) as a fertilizer.

1074 Geographe Bay Rd,Busselton
At last something is getting done to get rid of this dreadful annual seaweed clearance, not only do we have to put up with noise droning all day long from the trucks, we also have to put up with filthy windows,muddy roadways in front of our home which gets on our tyres and travels into our garages, plus dust galore blowing into our porch and balconies also devaluation of our homes.Hurray, lets hope the proposed moves by the government to fix Port Geographe finally has an end in sight.

What a disaster. While the arguments have gone on about who should pay, the wrack should have been pushed back where it would have done most good ie in the sea to provide nutrients for sea life.

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