Call for expressions of interest
The National Trust of Western Australia seeks expressions of interest from a multi-disciplinary team of experienced consultants to design and prepare a staged, costed, actionable interpretation project and manage the implementation of an agreed final scope of work for National Trust owned bushland in the Parkwater Estate.
Please find the project brief and attachments below.
The National Trust of Western Australia works in consultation with the Parkwater Community Group Incorporated (PCGI) to manage the natural and cultural heritage values of the National Trust owned bushland in Parkwater Estate, Cowaramup. The land on which the Estate is built was formerly used for agriculture and numerous firebreaks and access tracks act as trails through the bushland and these are well used by the community.
The aim of this interpretation project is to improve the amenity of Parkwater bushland for residents and their visitors; with the main focus of increasing awareness and understanding of the natural heritage values of the place. The project should complement ongoing bushland management work and help educate the community in appropriate actions to assist with improving the quality of habitat for native fauna and flora enjoyed by residents.
How to make a submission
Please read the above documents for the full project description and evaluation criteria.
All submissions should be clearly marked ‘Parkwater Estate Interpretation Project’ and submitted no later than 5pm WST Monday 14 August 2023 to:
National Trust of Western Australia
The Old Observatory, 4 Havelock Street West Perth
PO Box 1162 West Perth WA 6872
Parkwater Corporation are donating logs and granite rocks to the National Trust for interpretation signage use. See photographs below. The successful applicant for the Interpretation Project will need to liaise directly with Parkwater Corporation and the Cowaramup Men’s Shed regarding quantities and logistics.