Anstey Keane Dampland
The Anstey-Keane Dampland is the second most floristically diverse Bush Forever site on the Swan Coastal Plain and its vegetation is in excellent to pristine condition. Despite being well recognised as a bio-diverse hotspot it is under real threat from urbanisation. It is vitally important that Anstey-Keane Dampland be preserved intact. The larger an area of conserved bushland, the more viable it is for the plant and animal communities that inhabit it. In addition, intact tracts of bushland tend to have less ‘edge-effect’ from weeds, and be less vulnerable to human incursion.