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Ti Tree Lake Aboriginal Area Draft Plan of Management

Public exhibition of the Ti Tree Lake Aboriginal Area Draft Plan of Management (PDF 1.4MB) exhibition finished on 25 March 2016. We will compile all of the submissions received and analyse the issues raised.

The plan will be considered in light of advice provided by statutory advisory bodies

Two statutory advisory bodies - the Northern Rivers Regional Advisory Committee and the National Parks and Wildlife Advisory Council - will consider the submissions and the NPWS submissions analysis, before providing advice to the Minister for the Environment about the plan.

The Minister may approve amendment of the plan

After considering the draft plan, submissions and advice, the Minister may approve the plan or refer it back to NPWS and the National Parks and Wildlife Advisory Council for further consideration.

Part 5 of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 outlines the legal requirements in the preparation, exhibition, adoption and amendment of plans of management. It usually takes more than 12 months after exhibition to complete considerations, depending on the complexity of the plan and the number of submissions.

Adoption of the plan

Once approved, Ti Tree Lake Aboriginal Area will be managed as set out in the adopted plan of management, which will be available on the Plans of management page.

Thank you for your interest in this park and participation in its plan of management process.

Public consultation

Public exhibition for this document was from 27 November 2015 to 25 March 2016.

Public consultation for this document has ended.

The format and structure of this publication may have been adapted for web delivery.

Page last updated: 23 August 2016