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Eastern Curlews arrived at Lee Point late August from the arctic circle ie. Siberia. They make an amazing ~20,000km migration every year, leaving in Mar-Apr and returning Aug-Sept.
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Planning for Lee Point (pdf copy) explains why the NT Planning Commission needs to develop a comprehensive Area Plan for Lee Point.
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Preliminary assessment of future housing at Lee Point
It briefly discusses the potential benefits of using most of land at Lee Point for ecotourism, acknowledges that much has changed since the Lee Point Area Plan was first introduced in 2015 and claims that Lee Point is at risk of becoming an urban sprawl from developments such as proposed by DHA.
It concludes that Darwin residents would welcome an urban planning study for Lee Point.