View of Mount Stirling from Mount Caroline

Photo – View of Mount Stirling Nature Reserve in the Shire of Quairading from Mount Caroline Nature Reserve in the Shire of Kellerberrin across the Salt River. Photo – Brett Beecham/DBCA.

 

The Conservation and Parks Commission and the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (the department) advise that the Wheatbelt Region Parks and Reserves Draft Management Plan 2019 has been released for public comment.

The plan covers 728 existing reserves or parcels of land in the department’s Wheatbelt Region. The parks and reserves are located across 48 local government authorities, from Dalwallinu in the north to Cranbrook in the south, and from Victoria Plains in the west to Yilgarn and the State Barrier Fence in the east.

You are invited to have your say on how these reserves will be managed into the future.

The draft management plan is open for public comment.
Download the Wheatbelt Region parks and reserves draft management plan

Management plan information and submissions

While we are encouraging the use of the online submission form, written submissions may be posted to:

Planning Branch
Parks and Wildlife Service
Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions
Locked Bag 104
Bentley Delivery Centre WA 6983