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Healthy Environments

Have you seen a Malleefowl on the roadside on your way home, or the amazing Matchstick Banksia in flower as you drive through the Wheatbelt.

Maybe you know of that beautiful patch of Wheatbelt Woodlands that you want to see conserved for the future.

Wheatbelt NRM is working with the community to protect these unique Wheatbelt assets but we need to know where they are.

We have developed a series of easy to use survey tools for community members to record information about some of the regions most threatened species and communities.

Using the Survey 123 App you can record populations of the Matchstick banksia, Malleefowl and the Eucalypt Woodlands of the Western Australian Wheatbelt – a threatened ecological community.

The surveys are designed to be used on any smart device by any member of the community who may behave encountered our targets. It is also possible to complete the survey on a computer using the browser option.


1. Download the Survey 123 for ArcGIS app from Google Play or the Apple App store


2. Then click on the link below for the survey you want to open. Alternatively, you can type the address next to each link into your internet browser:

Matchstick banksia recorder:

Malleefowl recorder:

Wheatbelt woodlands TEC:

3. The link will take you to the website below. Choose the app – it will work better when you are out in the bush.


If you click on “Open in the Survey123 field app” it will open up in the app you have downloaded and you can complete the survey from there.

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Survey 123 - Infosheet.pdf
12th December 2019