Overview of management plans

In addition to preparing an action statement, some taxon, communities or threatening processes may also require a management plan. Under the Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988 (FFG Act), the Minister may make guidelines specifying circumstances on which a management plan must be prepared.

Management plans are more detailed than action statements. They include how the objectives of the FFG Act will be implemented within the plan. A management plan may provide for:

- conservation or restoration of any listed community or taxa

- the mitigation of impacts to a listed taxon or community, and how the impacts will be avoided

- management of a listed potentially threatening process

- management of a specific area or resource

- conservation, management or restoration of a critical habitat

Murray Hardyhead. Credit Marcia Riederer

Management plans are made in close collaboration with a range of stakeholders to ensure we deliver the most strategic and effective actions. Key partners include Traditional Owners, government departments and agencies, scientific experts, environmental non-government organisations, community groups, land managers, and private landholders.

Draft management plans are made available for public comment for at least 30 days.

There are currently no draft plans open for comment.

Comments on draft management plans can be emailed to Threatened.species@delwp.vic.gov.au

There are no recently published management plans.

Published management plans

There are no published management plans.

There are no published management plans.

There are no published management plans.

There are no published management plans.

There are no published management plans.

There are no published management plans.

There are no published management plans.

There are no published management plans.

There are no published management plans.

Page last updated: 10/07/20