The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory seeks comment from individuals in relation to the various proposals that are currently up for review.
Those people who have an interest in, or live near a proposed development can have valuable knowledge that provides a vital contribution to both the understanding management of a region or locality.
The following is a list of proposals open for comment and also those that are closed.
Open for Comment
|There are currently no public consultations open.|
Closed for Comment
The draft Management Plan was prepared with input from the Casuarina Coastal Reserve Advisory Committee and other key stakeholders.
The plan sets out the direction for the Reserve's future management and outlines how the interests for the community and conservation will be served.
|12 June 2015|
The Northern Territory Government in partnership with Aboriginal Traditional Owners and other key stakeholders have prepared draft Joint Management Plans for Iytwelepenty / Davenport Ranges National Park, Napwerte / Ewaninga Rock Carvings Conservation Reserve and Yeperenye / Emily and Jessie Gaps Nature Park.These plans set out the direction for future management and outline how the interests of the community, Aboriginal Traditional Owners and conservation will be served.
|15 May 2015|
|Mary River National Park Draft Joint Management Plan|
The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory has prepared a Draft Joint Management Plan for Mary River National Park and invites the community to have their say.
|10 October 2014|
The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory is developing a Plan of Management for Limmen National Park. Opportunities to comment will be provided when the draft Plan of Management is released for public comment.
Wildlife Carer Guidelines
The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory is developing a series of Wildlife Carer Guidelines. We are inviting the community to have their say on the documents. The Wildlife Carer Guidelines will provide consistent standards across the Territory for the care and rehabilitation of our injured and orphaned native wildlife. Through community consultation, we will implement best-practice guidelines that will ensure our native animals are cared for using best practice activities.