High Street Upgrade - Public Environmental Review

Closed 18 Jan 2019

Opened 17 Dec 2018


Main Roads Western Australia is proposing to upgrade High Street in the City of Fremantle to improve road safety and traffic flow. The upgrade between Stirling Highway and Carrington Street includes a new 1.5 kilometre westbound carriageway, a service road for residents north of High Street and additional infrastructure. The proposal will require the clearing of 0.67 hectares of foraging habitat for black cockatoos, including 0.63 hectares of native vegetation and sixteen future potential breeding trees.

The draft Environmental Review Document (ERD) may be downloaded below or from the EPA website at:


Copies of the ERD will be available at:

  • Legal Deposit, State Library of Western Australia, Perth Cultural Centre, 25 Francis Street, Perth WA 6000
  • Fremantle Library, 70 Parry Street, Fremantle 6160
  • Willagee Library, Winnacott Street, Willagee, 6165

The draft Environmental Review Document is available for a public review period of four weeks from 17 December 2018, closing on 18 January 2019. 

The EPA prefers submissions to be made on this site, by completing the online survey below.

Alternatively submissions can be:

  • Posted to: Chairman, Environmental Protection Authority, Locked Bag 33, Cloisters Square, PERTH WA 6850, or
  • Delivered to: the Environmental Protection Authority, Level 4, The Atrium, 168 St Georges Terrace, PERTH 6000.

If you have any questions on how to make a submission, please contact EPA Services, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation on 6364 7000.


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