You are invited to submit your views on the Lake Gairdner National Park Draft Management Plan

What is being decided?

A park management plan is being developed for Lake Gairdner National Park, which will set the vision and directions for the area. Read the draft management plan.

This plan has been developed to ensure the community can have a say into the way Lake Gairdner National Park is managed.

The plan addresses the most important issues facing the national park, focusing on two key themes:
• Theme 1: Looking after Country
• Theme 2: Enhancing the visitor experience and enabling appropriate access.

Get involved

Please read the Lake Gairdner National Park Draft Management Plan and provide your feedback by:

Amy Allen
Policy Officer
Protected Areas Unit
GPO Box 1047

Submissions may be made up to Wednesday 17 April 2019. Written submissions will be acknowledged via return email or post.

Read these guidelines to ensure your submission is effective.

Note: All submissions will be publicly available to anyone who requests a copy. Please let us know if you don't want your input on the public record.

How can your input influence the decision?

Submissions received will assist in the development of a final management plan for the park. Once prepared, the final plan will be forwarded to the Minister for Environment and Water for adoption, together with a detailed analysis of submissions. 

Notice of the final plan’s adoption will be published in the Government Gazette and the final Lake Gairdner National Park Management Plan will be made available on this website and the Department for Environment and Water website.

Contact details

For more information:

phone: (08) 8207 7747

Closing date: Wednesday 17 April 2019.

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