Pipes push WA hort expansion

Updated November 23 2015 - 2:43pm, first published October 2 2015 - 10:12am
DAFWA has taken delivery of more than 250 high density polyethylene pipes in Carnarvon to build a new water pipeline and expand the Gascoyne irrigation area.
DAFWA has taken delivery of more than 250 high density polyethylene pipes in Carnarvon to build a new water pipeline and expand the Gascoyne irrigation area.

STEADY progress towards the expansion of Western Australia's horticulture potential has taken another step with the delivery of piping into the Gascoyne area.

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