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Planning for the future

New Plan of Management for Royal National Park, Heathcote National Park and Garawarra State Conservation Area

Thank you for your comments. Comment on the discussion papers have now closed.


Royal National Park, Heathcote National Park and Garawarra State Conservation Area are managed together under one plan of management.

The existing plan of management dates back to 2000. Many things have changed in the last 15 years and a new plan is needed for these parks.

Building on community consultation undertaken in 2011 (view the feedback we received), we recently invited community input on 6 discussion papers that cover are range of important issues for the future of these parks.

Comments on the discussion papers closed on 28 August, and we received over 400 submissions from individuals and organisations. We are now reviewing and analysing the submissions. Once complete, this information will inform the development of a draft plan of management. We will also provide feedback showing the range of issues raised during the consultation process.

You can still view the discussion papers.

There will be another opportunity to have your say when the draft plan is completed and put on public exhibition.

If you register your details, we can notify you when the draft plan of management is available.

Visit the questions and answers page to find out more about why we need a new plan of management.

New Plan of Management for Royal National Park, Heathcote National Park and Garawarra State Conservation Area

Thank you for your comments. Comment on the discussion papers have now closed.


Royal National Park, Heathcote National Park and Garawarra State Conservation Area are managed together under one plan of management.

The existing plan of management dates back to 2000. Many things have changed in the last 15 years and a new plan is needed for these parks.

Building on community consultation undertaken in 2011 (view the feedback we received), we recently invited community input on 6 discussion papers that cover are range of important issues for the future of these parks.

Comments on the discussion papers closed on 28 August, and we received over 400 submissions from individuals and organisations. We are now reviewing and analysing the submissions. Once complete, this information will inform the development of a draft plan of management. We will also provide feedback showing the range of issues raised during the consultation process.

You can still view the discussion papers.

There will be another opportunity to have your say when the draft plan is completed and put on public exhibition.

If you register your details, we can notify you when the draft plan of management is available.

Visit the questions and answers page to find out more about why we need a new plan of management.

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