Developer’s Marketing Tricks

RivergumsCedar Woods is now being accused of clearing the trees and bushland that they used to promote the subdivision in their brochures.

“They advertised it to us as a green estate, the brochures says ‘rather than constructing its every element, The Rivergums has let mother nature do most of the landscaping’,”

Cedar Woods named the new subdivision “Rivergums” but now say it is okay for them to clear the trees, because “The ‘rivergums’ species is not endemic to the area and the trees were planted by a previous land owner,”.

See the article here

As you can see in this image below, there are not a lot of trees left;

Baldivis arial shot

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