Publication Date

1-1-1999

Series Number

188

Abstract

Due to a variety of factors, including infrastructure needs, labour requirements and transport costs, horticulture is normally located near major urban centres. This study focuses on the coastal plain region from Gingin to Augusta. This region accomodates over 80% of Western Australia's population and includes the States major urban centres. This region also accounts for over half the State's horticultural production with a gross value of production of $244 million.

Keywords

Water supply, Rockingham (WA Shire), Armadale (WA Shire), Wanneroo (WA Shire), Murray (WA Shire), Capel (WA Shire), Groundwater, Remnant vegetation, Vegetation, Soil, Cockburn (WA Shire), Land use, Mundaring (WA Shire), Augusta region (WA), Dardanup (WA Shire), Swan (WA Shire), Mandurah (WA Shire), Serpentine - Jarrahdale (WA Shire), Western Australia, Gingin (WA Shire), Margaret River region (WA), Horticulture, Bunbury region (WA), Gosnells (WA Shire), Land capability, Kalamunda (WA Shire), Busselton (WA Shire), Harvey (WA Shire), Waroona (WA Shire), Kwinana (WA Shire)

Maps

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Sheet 1 Gingin

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Sheet 2 Northern metropolitan

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Sheet 3 Eastern metropolitan

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Sheet 4 South metropolitan

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Sheet 5 Mandurah, Murray and Waroona

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Sheet 6 Capel

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Sheet 7 Busselton

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Sheet 8 Augusta