WEB Riders turned awayWEB Red browed finchWEB Yarra Bay seat for enjoying viewWEB PortWEB Pied Cormorant
WEB Market Garden WeedCyclists out for early morning exercise unable to access Prince of Wales Drive because it is locked up;  Red browed finches in Bicentennial Park;   Coastal views blocked because of poor species choices for coastal walk; Port; Pied Cormorant on groyne at Yarra Bay;  Chinese Market Allotment under control of Cemetery Trust and full of invasive species – Class 3 and Class 4 weeds which are supposed to be cleared.

Class 3
Plants that pose a potentially serious threat to primary production or the environment of a region to which the order applies, are not widely distributed in the area and are likely to spread in the area or to another area.
The plant must be fully and continuously suppressed and destroyed.

Class 4
Plants that pose a potentially serious threat to primary production, the environment or human health, are widely distributed in an area to which the order applies and are likely to spread in the area or to another area.
The growth of the plant must be managed in a manner that reduces its numbers spread and incidence and continuously inhibits its reproduction*

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