Perth : Department of Conservation and Environment | 1981
The Darling System or System 6, consists of Perth, its hinterland and the surrounding agricultural land and State Forest. It contains more than three-quarters of the States population and extends from the Moore River in the north to the Blackwood River in the south and inland from the coast for about 80 kilometres.
It has been the subject of a comprehensive study on which a report has now been published: The Darling System Western Australia: Proposals for Parks and Reserves. The System 6 Study Report.
This booklet is a guide to the System 6 Report. It outlines briefly the main issues raised in it and the recommendations relating to them.
This booklet is a guide to "The Darling System Western Australia: Proposals for Parks and Reserves. The System 6 Study Report"
Serices : bulletin ; no. 87
28 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps ; 30 cm.
Dewey Call Number
Q 333.784 SYS
Museum Call Number
National parks and reserves -- Western Australia.
National parks and reserves -- Australia -- Western Australia.
System 6 (W.A.)
Swan coastal plain (w.a.)
Darling range (w.a.)
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