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Review of the self-assessable vegetation clearing codes

The Minister for Natural Resources and Mines commissioned an independent technical review of the self-assessable vegetation clearing codes to ensure they are achieving the intended objective and to recommend improvements.

The outcomes of the review (PDF, 1.6MB), conducted by Cardno, were presented to government and stakeholders.

The self-assessable vegetation clearing codes will continue to be available to manage low-risk clearing activities and they will be amended to align with the latest scientific information.

Draft revisions of the existing self-assessable codes are currently being developed and will be released for public comment in stages through to 2017.

Feedback on draft self-assessable codes

We will be seeking feedback on the following draft self-assessable codes as they are developed (links are provided below for drafts that are currently open for feedback). Click on the links to find out more and provide your feedback.

  • Managing thickened vegetation (consultation closed)
  • Managing fodder harvesting (consultation closed)
  • Managing regrowth vegetation  
  • Necessary environmental works  
  • Property infrastructure  
  • Managing encroachment  
  • Weed control  
  • Extractive industry  
  • Native forest practice  
  • Improving operational efficiency of existing agriculture  

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Last updated: 18 October 2016


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