Tramore Nature Park is the site of a former landfill which closed in 2005 and remediated to provide a 12ha public park with grassland, scrub and saltmarsh, providing habitats for a range of bird and plant species. The park is a very popular amenity for local residents and visitors to Tramore. At present there is no information explaining the rich natural heritage that can be experienced on the site.
This project will see the development of 3 illustrated information panels on nature and wildlife in Tramore Nature Park.
Panel 1 - Overview of Nature in the Park illustrated with a detailed Habitat Map of the site;
Panel 2 - Panoramic Views detailing 10 features of interest that are viewed from the site from Ballinattin to Brownstown Head to the Metal Man;
Panel 3 - Images of Flora and Fauna from Tramore Nature Park.
The project aims to provide for increased awareness of nature and wildlife around Tramore Nature Park and Back Strand. The park can also be used as an outdoor classroom by local schools to learn about biodiversity in Tramore.
Please note that the details of events listed above are provided by the relevant Local Authorities.