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Adopted plans of management

A plan of management is a statutory instrument that provides strategic planning and governance for the management and use of land.

Plans of management set out objectives and performance targets for community land and provide for active land management and use, including the issuing of tenures over the land. They typically provide a wealth of information about that site, including social, environmental and economic values.

You can view adopted plans of management developed by non-council Crown land managers, or plans of management that have been developed at the direction of the Minister below. The plans of management listed below have been developed under the previous Crown Lands Act 1989 or under the current Crown Land Management Act 2016.

Where a Council is the Crown Land Manager, Plans of Management are adopted under the Local Government Act 1993. Subsequently these Plans of Management are not listed on the Crown lands website, they will be available to the public directly from the relevant Council.

Plans of management adopted under the previous Crown Lands Act 1989 remain valid under the new Crown Land Management Act 2016 via transitional provisions under the Act until otherwise revoked by the minister.

Plans of management