Schroder Park Wetland

If you have an interest in the environment, sustainability or local flora and fauna, our Schroder Park Wetland is a great place to spend a few hours.

Storm water from the Birkenhead Plant is captured and diverted into the wetland where it is purified through a variety of natural processes, including sedimentation and nutrient uptake by local reed species.

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By planting the wetland with indigenous plant species an ideal habitat has been created for native wildlife, which is flourishing in the area - a testament to the health of the wetland.

There are a variety of birds, reptiles, insects and aquatic life, including many local frog species.

The local community and schools have played a significant role in the delvelopment of the wetland and have maintained their involvement through a maintenance and water quality testing program.

This wetland is a great example of industry working in harmony with and enhancing the natural environment.

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To register your interest for a tour of the Schroder Park Wetland, please email birkenheadtours@adbri.com.au

LICENCE RENEWAL – October 2017

Our current Birkenhead EPA licence is due to expire in October 2017. We are currently working with the EPA on new licence requirements, with initial meetings particularly focussing on air quality. As a local resident, we encourage you to let us know how you feel we can improve our new licence conditions. You can provide your feedback via the ‘Contact Us’ page. You can also view our existing licence and initiatives on this site. more >>

Frequently Asked Questions On Health

The Birkenhead plant and the local community have co-existed for over 100 years, with a large number of residents working for Adelaide Brighton Cement and living in the area. The local community often ask questions on the topic of health. We have prepared a list of frequently asked health questions. more >>

The New Environmental Improvement Program

The New Environmental Improvement Program is now available to download. Click through to access the PDF. more >>