The Wilson Inlet Catchment Committee (WICC) is 1080 baiting in the Wilson Inlet Catchment

If you are interested in baiting (or already bait) on your property then WICC would love to partner with you in order to help control feral animals in the catchment.  WICC will be using 1080 Canid Pest Ejectors. This system is permanently fixed and cannot be translocated by birds.  In order to deliver the best possible outcomes, WICC will also be seeking to bait on all neighbouring properties to yours. For more information, see the WICC website.

WA Ban on Lightweight Plastic Bags

From 1 July 2018, it will be prohibited for retailers in WA to supply lightweight plastic bags with handles, 35 microns thick or less, including degradable, biodegradable and compostable plastic bags. There are loads of options available to shoppers to replace plastic bags, including cardboard boxes, reusable bags (eg. hessian, cotton) and baskets.

All the details on the bag ban, including a full list of plastic bag alternatives, can be found on

the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation’s website

Support for retailers can be found on the National Retail Association’s website at


Garage Sale Trail 20 and 21 October 2018

The Shire of Denmark is proud to be part of Australia’s biggest community and sustainability event, Garage Sale Trail, for the fifth year! Taking place on 20 & 21 October 2018, this jam-packed weekend is a great way to declutter, earn some money and meet locals in your area. Households, schools, community groups and individuals are invited to host a sale or shop the Trail, joining over 400,000 Australians in this nationwide movement.

Now in its eighth annual year, Garage Sale Trail expects 2018 to be its biggest event yet. Don’t miss this opportunity to shop a great bargain and meet some like-minded individuals within the community.

Registrations for Garage Sale Trail are OPEN now! The first 1,250 sales registered by 10 September receive a FREE promo pack full of goodies to make your sale a smash hit. Register a sale or shop the Trail at


Grants for Conservation of Natural Heritage 

Lotterywest provide grants to conserve natural habitats and maintain the diversity of animal and plant species. Examples of project activities include: planting local species of trees and vegetation; linking areas of vegetation with bush corridors; fencing remnant vegetation and wetlands; and, controlling weeds, animals, disease and fire. An information package can be obtained from