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Club Head Australia has submitted a proposal to the City of Cockburn to extract 400 000 tonnes of limestone from Reserve C39584. The proposal includes plans for the quarried area to be recontoured and rehabilitated to an 18 hole golf course, funded by the sale of the limestone.
The Environmental Protection Authority considers that the significance of the impacts of the proposal by Club Head Australia is their cumulative capacity to affect the area rather than their individual impacts. The Authority considers that the cumulative impacts are such that the proposal is environmentally unacceptable.