The Department of Parks and Wildlife offer the public the chance to give feedback on many conservation and management issues.
The Department of Parks and Wildlife has a firm commitment to public consultation and invite you to have your say on conserving Western Australia's natural environment.
View all draft plans open for public comment
Parks and Wildlife would like to hear your views to help us plan for the Ningaloo coast. Please give us your thoughts on the types of facilities and services you want to see along the coast by answering the online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/W6K9WQL.
Parks and Wildlife is preparing a draft management plan for the proposed public reserves in collaboration with the Gnulli native title party. The draft plan is expected to be completed in the first half of 2017, pending the progress of ILUA negotiations. It will be released for public comment. This will be a further opportunity for you to have input into how the Ningaloo coast will be managed.
To rationalise the tenure of Brookton Highway portions of State Forest No. 13, State Forest No. 22 and Timber Reserve 151/25 are proposed for excision.
The Western Australian and Australian Governments are reporting on the progress made to implement the Regional Forest Agreement for the South-West Forest Region of Western Australia. The reporting period covers the third five years (Period 3 - 2009 to 2014) of the Regional Forest Agreement. The report considers the performance of the Agreement during this period and provides an assessment of progress against the milestones, commitments and obligations under the Regional Forest Agreement.
Invitation to provide a submission
View the WA Regional Forest Agreement page for more details on submisisons.
Submissions must be received (by mail or e-mail as indicated below) no later than Friday 13 January 2017.