After 12 months of successful operations, the Department of Parks and Wildlife has released its revised Strategic Directions for the next three years, with specific goals for the next year, to be updated annually.
The overarching theme of the new Parks and Wildlife Strategic Directions is to focus our investment and resources on those programs that result in tangible improvements to on-ground management outcomes.
Printed copies of the management plan are also available from Department of Parks and Wildlife offices at Kensington, Bunbury and Busselton.
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The Landscape Conservation Initiative—the largest conservation project ever undertaken in Western Australia—was established in 2011 as part of the State Government's Kimberley Science and Conservation Strategy, to retain and enhance the high biodiversity and landscape values in the north Kimberley.This visionary project is being implemented by the Department of Parks and Wildlife in collaboration with native title holders and Indigenous ranger groups, government agencies, non-government organisations and pastoralists to protect biodiversity values across property boundaries in the north and central Kimberley.
Find out about our key achievements so far.