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To: Central Coast Council

Save Austin Butler Way Reserve .Woy Woy

Save this extraordinary little pocket of sacred beauty, ancient Australian native trees and creatures.

Why is this important?

This is a much loved reserve, housing ancient Melaleuca trees which feed and house many creatures, including threatened species such as bats, mardys, parrots and even rare frogs have been sited in this area. This area must be saved. These trees create a much loved sanctuary for locals and visitors. Woy Woy has by far more car parks than can be deemed necessary. These trees are ancient Australian natives. in a time of global warming, pandemics, lockdowns, and hardship, such beautiful environmentally sensitive pockets of land like this should not only be saved but nurtured and treasured by local councils, as it is by many locals. Loads of visitors who come to visit the brilliant sporting facilities that have been recently upgraded, which are adequately catered for not only parking wise, stay to see this safe haven for many creatures. The pelicans at the waterfront are a delightful attraction not only loved by locals but by many visitors and tourists. This is a time when we should be planting more trees, not tearing them down.

51 Chambers Pl, Woy Woy NSW 2256, Australia

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