Native vegetation

Native vegetation is vital for the health of our environment, supporting native animals and agriculture and protecting soils and water.

The Native Vegetation Act 2003 and the Native Vegetation Regulation 2013 were repealed on 25 August. For information on the new arrangements for managing native vegetation visit the Land Management website.

The Native Vegetation Act 2003 was repealed on 25 August 2017.

Managing native vegetation - more information

Property vegetation plans

Property vegetation plans (PVPs) approved before the repeal of the Native Vegetation Act remain valid and in force.

No new PVPs can be submitted by a landholder, however an existing PVP may be modified (varied).

For more information on how or why a PVP can be varied, please contact the Local Land Services.

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Page last updated: 31 August 2017