About the Conservation Commission
The Conservation Commission of Western Australia (Conservation Commission) is an independent statutory authority that was established by Parliament under the Conservation and Land Management Act 1984 (CALM Act) in November 2000. The Conservation Commission is the controlling body in which the State’s terrestrial conservation estate is vested.
The Conservation Commission of Western Australia has released its Annual Report for 2011-12.
The public submission period for the Draft Forest Management Plan 2014-2023 closes 7 November 2012. Click here for more information on how to have your say.
Three public information sessions will be held in Perth, Bunbury and Manjimup in September to discuss the future management of Western Australia’s south-west forests, following the release of the draft Forest Management Plan 2014-23.
Report on the old-growth forest nomination within Warrup forest block - compartments 02 and 08.
The end-of-term audit of performance report aims to report on progress in implementing the Forest Management Plan 2004-2013.
Each ten year period, as required by the Conservation and Land Management Act 1984, a new management plan for the south west of Western Australia is required.