That the Senate—
(B) would dissect North Lake and Bibra Lake, recognised as valuable biodiversity sites by all three levels of government, and one of the most significant Aboriginal historical sites within the Perth metropolitan area south of the Swan River, and
(ii) the Western Australian Environment Protection Authority received 449 submissions, 29 from organisations and government agencies and 420 from the public opposing Stage 8 of the Roe Highway extension;(Read more about the opposition to Stage 8 of the Roe Highway here.) and
(b) calls on all political parties to:
(i) recognise widespread community opposition for this project, and
(ii) affirm that Commonwealth funding for this project will not be forthcoming.