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Petition Launched Over Huge Wildlife Fence Plan

By Tanayah Wakefield

A koala exclusion fence, hundreds of metres long, is being planned beside a major road and playing fields in Clontarf to help protect the area’s wildlife.

The fence would run from Oasis Ct, along Elizabeth Ave, around the base of the proposed $19 million pedestrian overpass and down the length of Silcock St.

There would also be LED warning signs on Elizabeth Ave, wildlife escape poles, a pavement sign and hundreds of trees planted to improve koala habitat.

A spokesperson for Transport and Main Roads (TMR) said the map (above) is a “draft plan and subject to change” with “further investigations required”.

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