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A GUIDE TO THE DELIVERY OF THE INVESTMENT PLAN FOR THE ADELAIDE AND MOUNT LOFTY RANGES NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT BOARD (INCLUDING A CONTACT LIST) As of October 2008 Introduction Natural resources management (NRM) is about caring for our hills, plains and seas. It involves carefully managing our soils, water, native vegetation, marine and coastal environments in a sustainable way to ensure our ongoing social, economic and environmental wellbeing. At the cornerstone of our efforts to better manage the region’s assets, is the Regional NRM Plan. This plan has been developed to provide leadership, encourage community action and foster partnerships. In addition to articulating goals, the plan outlines the Board’s proposed investment over a three-year period and also provides strategic direction for all NRM partners who invest in the region. This includes the establishment of long-term goals, clearly defined outcomes and targets. To ensure the effective implementation of this important plan, the Board’s programs and services have been designed to ensure an integrated approach to natural resources management. Outlined in this document are the services and programs that will deliver the Board’s investment plan over the coming three years. NRM Board budget – 2008/2009 Each year the Board will review its operations and update its implementation program so that activities remain focussed on delivering short term management action targets, which contribute towards achieving longer term regional targets. To ensure effective delivery of natural resources management, a number of service areas and programs have been designed which integrate the themes in the Regional NRM Plan. These service areas and programs are described in this document. Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting, $2,248,393 9% Policy and Planning Services, $2,105,554 9% Communications and Consultation, $692,252, 3% Land and Biodiversity Services, $10,695,059 43% Community Action, $2,898,038 12% Water Management Services, $4,436,536 18% Coast and Marine Services, $1,424,168 6% Figure 1: Distribution of the Board’s indicative budget across seven service areas in 2008-09. Please note that the total quantum of the $24,500,000 budget is not fully secured. 2 Land and Biodiversity Services $10,695,059 Land Management Program Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Provide technical Rural areas Deliver technical Non commercial Nicole Bennett Training advice, skills information on land landholders and Manager, training and and water producers and Sustainable property management issues industry groups Agriculture & management to 3,000 property Training planning to rural managers across the Ph: 8391 7509 landholders to region to achieve nicole.bennett@ assist them better landscape scale adelaide.nrm.sa. manage their change in NRM. gov.au natural resources. Assist in the development of 250 property plans. Implement NRM Rural areas Develop information Primary Nicole Bennett Primary education and materials. Encourage producers, Manager, industries advisory services to and support agri- agri-service Sustainable primary producers. service providers to providers, Agriculture & Identify threats to enhance information industry groups Training primary production delivery to Ph: 8391 7509 in the region and landholders to nicole.bennett@ survey producers to achieve landscape adelaide.nrm.sa. better understand scale change in NRM. gov.au their knowledge requirements. Implement Regional Establish pest alert Industry, David Hughes Pest strategies to enable networks and businesses, Special Projects management land managers to mapping databases. nurseries, local Officer support take an holistic and Produce work plans and state Ph: 8523 7700 integrated for the eradication government david.hughes@a approach to the and destruction of key agencies and delaide.nrm.sa. management of species. Undertake land managers gov.au pests on their public awareness properties. activities. Deliver a targeted Rural areas Assist landholders to Landholders, Northern Landholder program of on- actively manage local Service Area advice and ground works to 2,500ha of native government, Michael Garrod incentives achieve landscape vegetation and primary Manager scale change in support the producers, Ph: 8523 7710 NRM for the reconstruction of Forestry SA, SA michael.garrod@ purpose of 440ha of functional Water and NRM adelaide.nrm. reducing threats to ecosystems in priority delivery groups. sa.gov.au biodiversity, water areas. Encourage 20 quality and new in perpetuity Fleurieu Service sustainable conservation Area Martin production. Work covenants (including Weidenbach with landholders Heritage Manager, and groups to Agreements). Ph 8550 3400 rehabilitate Support the martin.weidenba watercourses to management 4,500ha ch@adelaide. improve water of native vegetation in nrm.sa.gov.au quality. Deliver an conservation areas. incentives program Central Hills to encourage Service Area greater landholder John Wood involvement in Manager NRM action. Ph: 8389 6166 john.wood@ adelaide.nrm.sa. gov.au 3 Land Management Program Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Mapping of land Rural areas Map the extent and PIRSA and John Wood Land degradation in rural severity of land landholders Central Hills management areas. Develop a degradation and Service Area coordination program of works develop programs to Manager to address drought minimise the impacts. Ph: 8389 6166 and land Develop a program of john.wood@ degradation issues. options to respond to adelaide.nrm.sa. drought. gov.au Implement Metropolitan Conduct three Local Phil Elson Animal and strategies to control areas training forums per government Urban APC plant control in the spread of pest annum. Produce Support/Complia metropolitan plants and animals. guidelines and nce Officer areas Develop project provide compliance Ph: 8550 3408 plans for the control support for phil.elson@ of priority pests metropolitan councils. adelaide.nrm.sa. with local gov.au government. Implement a Regional Undertake Landholders and Martin Compliance compliance inspections and local government Weidenbach coordination program to tackle audits to ensure Fleurieu Service non-compliance compliance with the Area Manager with the NRM Act. NRM Act with a focus Ph: 8550 3400 on water affecting martin.weidenba activities, ch@adelaide. watercourse nrm.sa.gov.au management, declared animals and plants and land degradation. Strategic Biodiversity Initiatives Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Identify the Regional Identification of DEH, local Andrew West Biodiversity location, nature and spatially explicit government, Manager planning and timing of activities priorities for NRM community Biodiversity investigations required to biodiversity and focus (including peak Conservation maintain the investment to meet bodies, experts Ph: 8273 9121 region’s biodiversity those priorities and community andrew.west@ and provide (linking with groups) adelaide.nrm.sa. support to achieve landholder advice and gov.au this. incentives). Deliver targeted Urban areas Implement works on DEH, local Andrew West Urban biodiversity high priority sites for government and Manager biodiversity conservation biodiversity landholders Biodiversity activities within the conservation. Conservation urban area. Ph: 8273 9121 andrew.west@ adelaide.nrm.sa. gov.au Deliver recovery Regional Meet targets and Nature Andrew West Partnerships programs for performance criteria Conservation Manager and delivery nationally listed specified within Society of SA, Biodiversity threatened species individual nationally- Conservation Conservation and ecological adopted recovery Council of SA, Ph: 8273 9121 communities. plans. DEH, local andrew.west@ government, adelaide.nrm.sa. Trees for Life gov.au and landholders. 4 Coast and Marine Services $1,424,168 Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Coastal planning Coastal Coastal action plans DEH, local Tony Flaherty Coastal action and on-ground areas and on-ground works. government, Acting Manager, plans works to manage community Coast and and conserve groups and Marine priority coastal coastal Ph: 8273 9125 habitats. landholders tony.flaherty@ adelaide.nrm.sa. gov.au Develop and Estuaries Estuary action plans Local Tony Flaherty Coast and facilitate (initially implemented for government, Acting Marine estuary action implementation of Onkaparinga major estuaries. Work community Planning and plans estuary plans for Inman, with partners to groups, DEH, NRM Liaison key regional Bungala improve estuary key agencies and Officer estuaries. Hindmarsh, health. coastal Ph: 8273 9125 and Light landholders tony.flaherty@ Rivers) adelaide.nrm.sa. gov.au Marine and Coast Planning and Management Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Investigate and Regional Marine habitat Fleurieu Tony Flaherty Seagrass and undertake actions marine, with assessments. Councils, DEH Acting Manager, reef recovery to support seagrass an initial Coastal catchment and SARDI Coast and and reef recovery. focus on on-ground works and Marine Support work on Yankalilla stormwater Ph: 8273 9125 seagrass and reef and management tony.flaherty@ rehabilitation. Encounter initiatives adelaide.nrm.sa. Bays implemented to gov.au reduce sediment and nutrients impacts to reef and seagrass areas. Work Regional Implement a Other NRM Tony Flaherty Marine planning collaboratively with and cross memorandum of Boards, DEH, Acting Manager, and other NRM Boards regional understanding for the PIRSA, Marine Coast and collaboration and partners to collaborative Park and Marine develop a ‘whole of management of Gulf Planning Ph: 8273 9125 gulf’ approach to St Vincent. Integrate Committees tony.flaherty@ managing Gulf St coastal and adelaide.nrm.sa. Vincent. catchment works to gov.au better protect and manage the region’s marine protected areas. Implement Region wide Protect migratory DEH, Birds Tony Flaherty Marine and threatened species shore birds by Australia, Acting Manager, wildlife recovery and threat supporting local community and Coast and management abatement plans to networks and action. industry groups Marine reduce impacts on Ph: 8273 9125 marine wildlife and tony.flaherty@ shorebirds. adelaide.nrm.sa. gov.au Support Region wide Increase community Fishing industry, Tony Flaherty Marine pests collaborative action and industry community Acting Manager, to safeguard the awareness of marine groups and Coast and region’s marine pests and improve PIRSA Marine waters from marine practices to minimise Ph: 8273 9125 pest invasions. the risks of tony.flaherty@ introduction and adelaide.nrm.sa. spread. gov.au 5 Community and Industry Involvement Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Engage and Region wide Improved protection Marine industries Tony Flaherty Supporting collaborate with of fisheries habitat and community Acting Manager, sustainable marine industries to and sustainable groups Coast and marine promote the practices. Marine industries sustainable Ph: 8273 9125 management of the tony.flaherty@ marine adelaide.nrm.sa. environment. gov.au Build community Region wide Support community Community Tony Flaherty Community skills, knowledge awareness and groups such as Acting Manager, support and and capacity to marine monitoring Coastcare and Coast and awareness manage coast, programs, facilitate Reefwatch, local Marine estuarine and forums and government, Ph: 8273 9125 marine workshops and assist aboriginal tony.flaherty@ environments. indigenous groups groups, NRM adelaide.nrm.sa. with coastal workers gov.au management. Improve awareness and planning for coastal and marine climate change risk. Water Management Services $4,436,536 Alternative Water Supplies Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Investigate Region wide Within the next three Local Steven Gatti Planning for opportunities for years, map government, Technical storm and stormwater and opportunities for Stormwater Manager waste water re- treated waste water storm and waste Management Ph: 8273 9129 use re-use. Commence water reuse and pilot Authority, SA steven.gatti@ the development of a market based offset Water and Office adelaide.nrm.sa. a market-based and credit scheme. for Water gov.au offset and tradable Security credit mechanism for stormwater in the region. Urban Water Management Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Facilitate, fund, Region wide Identify and Local Steven Gatti Stormwater develop and commence work on government and Technical re-use construct three projects over land owners Manager stormwater the next three years. Ph: 8273 9129 harvesting projects. steven.gatti@ adelaide.nrm.sa. gov.au Identify and assist Region wide Develop and Industry and Steven Gatti Waste water in developing implement waste local government Technical reuse opportunities for water reuse schemes. Manager waste water reuse Ph: 8273 9129 at industry and steven.gatti@ local government adelaide.nrm.sa. level. gov.au 6 Urban Water Management Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Provide support, Urban areas Finalise plan Local Sam Phillips Stormwater including the guidelines and government Water Projects master plans enhancement of develop stormwater Engineer appropriate master plans for 20% Ph: 8273 9114 guidelines, to assist of the urban area. sam.phillips@ Councils develop adelaide.nrm.sa. and implement gov.au stormwater management plans. In partnership with Urban areas Effective stormwater Local and state Alan Ockenden Flood local government, master plans government Director management develop stormwater developed for 20% of Operations and master plans for the urban area. Projects urban areas of the Ph: 8273 9117 region. Facilitate alan.ockenden@ an increased in adelaide.nrm.sa. awareness of flood gov.au risk and implement flood mitigations works. Support the Urban areas Develop one Local Sam Phillips Water sensitive construction of demonstration site. government and Water Projects urban design demonstration sites developers Engineer and promote water Ph: 8273 9114 sensitive urban sam.phillips@ design to adelaide.nrm.sa. developers, gov.au councils, government agencies and the community. Water Quality Improvement Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Undertake strategic Urban areas Complete Stage Two Local Sam Phillips Urban projects to improve of Breakout Creek, a government Water Projects watercourses water quality and sedimentation basin Engineer aquatic biodiversity for Christie Creek, Ph: 8273 9114 in urban and on-ground works sam.phillips@ watercourses as in Field River and adelaide.nrm.sa. identified in the other watercourses. gov.au NRM plan. Assistance may be provided for urban creek restoration within the region. 7 Water Quality Improvement Investigate options Torrens Continue efforts to City of Adelaide Alan Ockenden Implementing to secure Lake improve management Director Torrens environmental practices at the lake Operations and Taskforce flows. Consider including carp Projects recommend- options for treating management, Ph: 8273 9117 ations Torrens Lake destratification, alan.ockenden@ water. monitoring and adelaide.nrm.sa. aquatic plant gov.au establishment. Implement Christie Improve the City of Steven Gatti Implementing stormwater Creek sub- biodiversity value and Onkaparinga and Technical Christie Creek management catchment water quality in the landholders Manager Task Force measures including Christie Creek Ph: 8273 9129 Recommend- water sensitive subcatchment. Email: ations urban design. steven.gatti@ Undertake adelaide.nrm.sa. bushcare and gov.au revegetation at priority terrestrial and riparian sites. Remediate watercourse bed and bank erosion points. Identify and Northern Decommission 120 DWLBC, bore Steven Gatti Groundwater decommission Adelaide bores. owners within the Technical quality corroded and Plains, NAP, Barossa Manager protected leaking Barossa and and McLaren Ph: 8273 9129 through the groundwater bores. McLaren Vale steven.gatti@ backfilling of Vale adelaide.nrm.sa. leaky wells prescribed gov.au resource areas Develop and Region wide Develop a water EPA, Watershed Steven Gatti Water quality implement water quality improvement Protection Office Technical improvement quality plan for the Mount Manager plans improvement plans Lofty Ranges Ph: 8273 9129 for the region’s watershed, Adelaide steven.gatti@ terrestrial, coastal Coastal waters and adelaide.nrm.sa. and marine areas either McLaren Vale gov.au to improve surface or Northern Adelaide and groundwater Plains areas. quality. Undertake actions Urban areas Desilt Patawalonga Local Sam Phillips Stormwater to improve the Weir 1, Sturt Flood government Water Projects quality management of Control Dam and Engineer management stormwater quality Watson Avenue. Ph: 8273 9114 including working Maintain strategic sam.phillips@ with councils to up- gross pollutant traps. adelaide.nrm.sa. grade and maintain Deliver an education gov.au gross pollutant program for local traps. government on the EPA’s stormwater code of practice. Develop and promote strategies for improved street sweeping. 8 Water Quality Improvement Work with local Central and Replace or remediate Local Steven Gatti Waste water government to northern failing septic tanks. government and Technical management identify leaking Adelaide landholders Manager systems septic tanks and hills Ph: 8273 9129 implement steven.gatti@ incentive measures adelaide.nrm.sa. to repair or replace gov.au them. Community Action $2,898,038 NRM Communities Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Increased Urban areas Increase volunteering Local John Gawen Community community action in the NRM sector, government and Manager NRM group action and volunteering in greater satisfaction of community Communities NRM by supporting volunteers, groups Ph: 8273 9142 community groups john.gawen@ such as Catchment adelaide.nrm.sa. Care, Our Patch, gov.au Waterwatch and Friends Groups. Through the Urban areas Complete two pilots in City of Marion John Gawen Behaviour Sustainability the Adelaide and City of Manager NRM change Street program, metropolitan area. Adelaide Communities increase the Reduction of waste Ph: 8273 9142 motivation, skills water use household john.gawen@ and values of urban waste and energy adelaide.nrm.sa. residents to make use. gov.au sustainable choices in their homes and workplaces. Develop and Region wide Increased skills and Community John Gawen Volunteer implement a capacity of volunteers groups, local Manager NRM support volunteer policy to to deliver NRM government, Communities better support outcomes. Natural Resource Ph: 8273 9142 volunteer activities. Centres, NRM john.gawen@ Partner with Council and adelaide.nrm.sa. Natural Resource Volunteering SA gov.au Centres to encourage greater participation in volunteering. NRM Communities Engage with Region wide Development of a Four Nations John Gawen Aboriginal aboriginal formal mechanism for NRM Manager NRM communities communities to NRM proponents to Governance Communities recognise and learn engage with the Four Group Ph 8273 9142 from their Nations group. john.gawen@ knowledge of Support aboriginal adelaide.nrm.sa. caring for country. nations in their gov.au participation in NRM planning and action. 9 NRM Education Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities NRM Education Deliver the Region wide Engage 340 schools Schools, parent Hugh Kneebone Australian in NRM education groups and NRM Education Sustainable activities - 40 of these school Manager Schools Initiative will be sharing their communities. Ph: 8273 9133 with a focus on experiences and skills Local hugh.kneebone education for locally via a cluster government, @adelaide.nrm. sustainability, program. Deliver KESAB, DEH, sa.gov.au behaviour change, education programs DECS, Australian youth voice and such as Waterwatch Government, community and Weed Warriors. education partnerships. partners such as the Adelaide Zoo and the SA Museum Communications and Consultation $692,252 Project Name Description Location Outcomes Partnership Contact s opportunities person Foster increased Region Increase the Communities, Janet Inman Community community wide community’s local Communication awareness and awareness and understanding of government Manager communication engagement in NRM issues. and the media Ph: 8273 9108 positive NRM Increase janet.inman@ action. predisposition to adelaide.nrm.s positive-change a.gov.au behaviours to protect natural resources. Develop Region Deliver effective Local Janet Inman Consultation effective wide and meaningful government, Communication and mechanisms for consultation community Manager engagement engaging the processes. groups, Ph: 8273 9108 community and industry janet.inman@ stakeholders in associations, adelaide.nrm.s NRM planning peak bodies a.gov.au and decision and making. landholders 10 Policy and Planning Services $2,105,554 NRM Planning Support Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Assess water Region wide Implement the plan’s Landholders, Ewa (Eva) Water affecting affecting activity policy framework, local government Ciechorska activities - permit applications compliance with and state Permits & permits and and native permit conditions and agencies Compliance referrals vegetation general permitting of Officer clearance referrals water affecting Ph: 8273 9103 to ensure that activity applications. ewa.ciechorska proposed actions @adelaide.nrm. will not degrade the sa.gov.au local environment. Assist local Region wide Deliver efficient best Local Ewa (Eva) Water affecting government and practice of water government and Ciechorska activities - best authorities to affecting permit other agencies Permits & practice comply with best provisions. Compliance operating practice operating Officer procedures procedures in order Ph: 8273 9103 to be excluded from ewa.ciechorska water affecting @adelaide.nrm. activity referrals. sa.gov.au Work with local and Region wide Increased NRM Local and state Gayle Grieger Policy and state government outcomes in local government Senior NRM legislation to include NRM government planning Policy Officer objectives in and development Ph: 8523 7704 council develop strategies. Organised gayle.greiger@ plans and other and coherent adelaide.nrm.sa. relevant policies responses to policies gov.au and strategies. and strategies. Provide support Region wide Provide local advice Communities and Matthew Bonnett NRM Board and and professional and connection with local government Manager NRM NRM Group development to local communities. Groups support representatives of Ph: 8273 9131 the Board and matthew.bonnett NRM Groups @adelaide.nrm.s a.gov.au Water Allocation Planning Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Develop, Region wide Complete water Local Marion Santich Water allocation implement and allocation planning for government, Senior Policy planning review water the Western Mount irrigators, Officer allocation plans for Lofty Ranges, Central landholders and Ph: 8273 9127 prescribed water Adelaide and industry groups marion.santich@ resources within Northern Adelaide adelaide.nrm.sa. the region. Plains prescribed gov.au resource areas. 11 Research and Development Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Increase the Region wide Develop a biodiversity Local and state Stephen Smith Research and knowledge and model and pilot threat government, Director, Policy development awareness of the mitigation projects. education and Planning impact of climate institutions and Ph: 8273 9132 change on the industry groups. stephen.smith@ region’s natural adelaide.nrm.sa. resources. gov.au Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting $2,248,393 Project Name Description Locations Outcomes Partnership Contact person opportunities Develop monitoring Region wide Improved knowledge Local and state Keith Smith Monitoring NRM programs to better of the state of government, Project Manager indicators report on the region’s natural non-government Monitoring & condition of resources through the organisations. Evaluation resources such as implementation of a Ph: 8273 9115 land, water, marine monitoring and keith.smith@ and biodiversity. evaluation framework. adelaide.nrm.sa. gov.au Improve the Region wide Development of an Local and state Keith Smith Data collection, use, effective data government Project Manager management dissemination and warehouse and NRM Monitoring & standardisation of reporting framework Evaluation NRM data. for the region. Ph: 8273 9115 keith.smith@ adelaide.nrm.sa. gov.au Develop and Implement a user- State Keith Smith NRM Plan implement a friendly NRM plan government, Project Manager progress reporting report card. local government Monitoring & reporting framework to report and the Evaluation on the NRM Plan community Ph: 8273 9115 and its progress. keith.smith@ adelaide.nrm.sa. gov.au 12 NRM Board Members The Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board consists of nine Board members who have been selected for their knowledge, experience and commitment to effectively managing natural resources in this large and diverse region. Yvonne Sneddon – (Presiding member) Business administration and sustainability reporting. Anita Aspinall - Community affairs at the regional level and water resources management. Penny Paton - Conservation and biodiversity management and water resources management. Ken Bradley - Soil conservation and land management. John Jeffs - Primary production and pest animal and plant control. Debra Just - Local government administration, urban and regional planning, water resources management and natural and social science. Rosney Snell - Business management and Aboriginal interest in land and water and Aboriginal heritage. Dr Sandra Taylor - Soil conservation and land management, conservation and biodiversity management and natural and social science. Dr Tim Moore - Coast, estuarine and marine management. In addition to the Board Members listed above, individuals representing the Australian government, State government agencies and local government also sit on the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges NRM Board. While these Members do not have voting rights, they do contribute to the work of the Board. These representatives include: Peter O'Neill - Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation Laurence Haegi - Department of Environment and Heritage Andrew Grear - Department of Planning and Local Government Rob Thomas - SARDI Andrew Solomon - Manager Water Quality, EPA Vacant Position - Representing Local Government John Williams - SA Water Ros Waldron - Department Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry (Aust Govt) 13 NRM Groups Three NRM groups have been established within the region to advise the Board and work with local communities and stakeholders to implement the Board's Plan. All environmental issues, including improved land management and sustainable agricultural practices are high on their agendas. To achieve success in obtaining NRM outcomes, groups work closely with community groups, landholders, industry, peak bodies and other stakeholders. Groups hold public meetings and other events throughout the year, which members of the public are most welcome to attend. For more information about the groups and their events call the Board on 8273 9100 or visit our website www.amlrnrm.sa.gov.au Northern NRM Group Rosemary Barritt (Chair) Helen Bourne Janet Dunning Syd Kyloh Anne Picard Wesley Seeliger Marcus Strudwicke Central Hills NRM Group Anita Aspinall (Chair) Sybille Hafliger Mary-Ann Kakoschke Trevor Ranford Greg Sarre Barrie Spencer Barry Windle Fleurieu NRM Group John Crompton (Chair) Kenneth Bradley Lynn Chamberlain Simon Lewis Deane Michelmore Lorraine Rosenberg Amy Williams 14 Notes 15 Board Offices Eastwood office 205 Greenhill Road, Eastwood SA 5063 Tel: 8273 9100 Northern Service Area 8 Adelaide Road, Gawler South SA 5118 Tel: 8523 7700 Central Hills Service Area 1 Adelaide Lobethal Road, Lobethal SA 5241 Tel: 8389 6166 Fleurieu Service Area 5 Aldinga Road, Willunga SA 5172 Tel: 8550 3400 email@example.com www.amlrnrm.sa.gov.au 16
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