Our staff understand the complexity of wetlands and their intrinsic values and prepare management plans to ensure that the use of our land is sustainable for present and future generations.
The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions requires a formal wetland management plan as a condition of approval of a development that is in close proximity to, or that incorporates a wetland. Specifically a wetland management plan should address these four fundamental questions:
These management plans are rigorously addressed in accordance with relevant state and federal environmental legislation:
- Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
- Environmental Protection Act 1986
- Fish Resources Management Act 1994
- Wildlife Conservation Act 1950
We have the drive, the passion, and the knowledge to help you. We employ the right people with a strong background in fish, and/or qualifications in Biology or Aquaculture and/or related fields