South Australian Multiple Land Use Framework, information booklet and case studies now available

Posted
15 June 2017

Following stakeholder engagement on a draft South Australian Multiple Land Use Framework in late 2015, 58 submissions were received from individuals, community organisations, local councils, state and commonwealth government departments and boards, agricultural bodies/groups, conservation and land management organisations, Aboriginal Corporations, Councils or representatives of First Nations, mining companies, industry bodies/organisations, State MPs and a tourism council.

The Framework was amended based on recommendations from submissions received.  A report was prepared showing all recommended changes to the Framework including advice on whether the proposed changes were incorporated (SA MLUF stakeholder recommendations report - PDF 610KB). 

The Premier approved the release of the South Australian Multiple Land Use Framework on 15 June 2017:

South Australian Multiple Land Use Framework (PDF 1.9MB)

An information booklet providing further information on how the South Australian Multiple Land Use Framework applies to stakeholder groups has also been developed:

Information booklet – Application of the Framework’s guiding principles (PDF 3.3MB).

Download the Chinese translations: 

Case studies describing where the principles of multiple and sequential land use are being successfully applied can be downloaded below:

Case Study 1 – Gawler Ranges National Park (PDF 1.4MB)

Case Study 2 – Snowtown Wind Farm (PDF 2MB)

Case Study 3 – Kanmantoo Copper Mine (PDF 750KB)

Case Study 4 – PepinNini community engagement in the APY Lands (PDF 940KB)

Case Study 5 – Mindarie Mineral Sands Mine (PDF 940KB)

Case Study 6 – Woomera Prohibited Area (PDF 1.1MB)

Other state, national and international examples of successful multiple and sequential land use projects can also be viewed below: