Cleland National Park Draft Management Plan

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Have your say on the Cleland National Park Draft Management Plan.

What's being decided?

The Cleland National Park Draft Management Plan has been developed to outline the objectives and strategies that will set the direction for the long-term management of Cleland National Park.

We want your feedback on the strategic direction proposed in the draft plan.

The feedback received will be collated and analysed and used in the development of the final plan which will be submitted to the Minister for Environment and Water for adoption.

Background

Park management plans are the primary public accountability document for each of South Australia’s parks. Management plans set strategic direction, and explain how parks are managed.

In 2021, the decision was made to change the classification of Cleland Conservation Park to a national park, with the proclamation of Cleland National Park proposed for December 2021. In addition, Eurilla Conservation Park which borders Cleland is proposed to be incorporated into Cleland National Park.

In accordance with Section 38 of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972, the Minister for Environment and Water must prepare a plan of management as soon as practicable after the constitution of a reserve. As a result, the change to park classification requires a new management plan to be developed.

This draft management plan has been developed based on a review of the current plan, and in consultation with technical specialists, park managers and key stakeholders. Through a series meetings, these stakeholders contributed their specialised knowledge and views to guide the direction and content of this plan.

Get involved

To find out more read:

Have your say by:

National Parks and Protected Area Program Unit
Department for Environment and Water
GPO Box 1047 Adelaide SA 5001.

Hard copies of the draft plan may be inspected at or obtained at the following offices of the Department for Environment and Water:

  • Adelaide, Natural Resources Centre, Ground floor, 81-95 Waymouth Street, Adelaide SA 5000

Your submissions may be made publicly available on the Department for Environment and Water’s website unless you indicate on the submission that you wish for these to remain confidential. Any responses that are made on a confidential basis may still be subject to access under Freedom of Information laws.

What are the next steps?

The feedback received will be collated and analysed and used in the development of the final plan which will be submitted to the Minister for Environment and Water for adoption once the new national park has been proclaimed.

The final plan will be released following adoption and will be available on this site and our parks website.

Have your say on the Cleland National Park Draft Management Plan.

What's being decided?

The Cleland National Park Draft Management Plan has been developed to outline the objectives and strategies that will set the direction for the long-term management of Cleland National Park.

We want your feedback on the strategic direction proposed in the draft plan.

The feedback received will be collated and analysed and used in the development of the final plan which will be submitted to the Minister for Environment and Water for adoption.

Background

Park management plans are the primary public accountability document for each of South Australia’s parks. Management plans set strategic direction, and explain how parks are managed.

In 2021, the decision was made to change the classification of Cleland Conservation Park to a national park, with the proclamation of Cleland National Park proposed for December 2021. In addition, Eurilla Conservation Park which borders Cleland is proposed to be incorporated into Cleland National Park.

In accordance with Section 38 of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972, the Minister for Environment and Water must prepare a plan of management as soon as practicable after the constitution of a reserve. As a result, the change to park classification requires a new management plan to be developed.

This draft management plan has been developed based on a review of the current plan, and in consultation with technical specialists, park managers and key stakeholders. Through a series meetings, these stakeholders contributed their specialised knowledge and views to guide the direction and content of this plan.

Get involved

To find out more read:

Have your say by:

National Parks and Protected Area Program Unit
Department for Environment and Water
GPO Box 1047 Adelaide SA 5001.

Hard copies of the draft plan may be inspected at or obtained at the following offices of the Department for Environment and Water:

  • Adelaide, Natural Resources Centre, Ground floor, 81-95 Waymouth Street, Adelaide SA 5000

Your submissions may be made publicly available on the Department for Environment and Water’s website unless you indicate on the submission that you wish for these to remain confidential. Any responses that are made on a confidential basis may still be subject to access under Freedom of Information laws.

What are the next steps?

The feedback received will be collated and analysed and used in the development of the final plan which will be submitted to the Minister for Environment and Water for adoption once the new national park has been proclaimed.

The final plan will be released following adoption and will be available on this site and our parks website.

Page last updated: 06 December 2021, 09:44