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Greens Senator Scott Ludlam.

Green light for Point Peron marina

The federal government has given conditional approval to develop a single-entry marina, which will accommodate up to 500 pens and moorings at Point Peron peninsula in Rockingham.

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South Perth
This is welcomed news. I trust the Conservation Bodies will do their job to ensure all environmental issues are considered and accommodated and then let the project go ahead without the silly behaviour that took place at Coogee some years ago before things got underway. Lets not make it more difficult than necessary to allow companies like CWP to brave current commercial realities and allow them to achieve the intended community benefits and reap the relevant financial rewards. We simply need more marina's to elevate current marine congestion in our lovely Swan River. We also desperately need more leisure & entertainment based locations in the metro if we are ever to get serious about developing further tourism potential in WA.

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