Assets Gascoyne

Gascoyne Asset Register | Gascoyne Asset Register with scored criteria | Gascoyne Potential Projects list with scored criteria | Gascoyne Potential Projects_Asset threats and values

Note: Use the links above to access asset data for the Gascoyne.

61 assets are currently on the Asset Register for the Gascoyne, added either through the desktop study (undertaken in preparation for this plan) or the asset nomination workshops. These are categorised as Umbrella, Significant or Notable according to their scale, complexity and the number of smaller-scale assets they incorprate. Umbrella assets are very large, very complex and comprise may small-scale assets, e.g. the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, while Notable assets are at the other end of the spectrum and are small scale, less complex assets, such as Edithana Pool. See the Asset Categories page for a more detailed explanation.

The relative significance of assets, in the context of the whole of the Rangelands were scored using the categories of Exceptional, Very High, High and Moderate. The level of threat against them, considering all threats, was assessed as either Very High, High, Moderate or Low.

Once technical feasibility, landholder adoption and adoption by other organisations (such as state agencies) was assessed, a short list was created of assets that look like solid candidates for further investigation (i.e. those that have high significance, high threat and meet the other filtering criteria). This list is called the ‘Potential projects list’.

Gascoyne

Each coloured dot represents a nominated asset. Click on the map to go to the interactive mapping tool

 

Gascoyne Potential Projects list:

Asset Number

Asset Name

C038 Bernier and Dorrie islands
C02 Wirrawaana aka Dirk Hartog Island
G001 Upper Lyons River
C031 Gascoyne River mouth
C004 Mooka spring
G021 Pingandy Creek Catchment
C012 Fishy Pool
C036 Sea turtles Shark Bay
Desktop 40 Shark Bay – Marine Park (East Shark Bay)