The Conservation and Parks Commission has the responsibility to prepare and deal with proposed management plans for land and waters vested in or under the care, control and management of the Commission, whether solely or jointly with a joint responsible body.

The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (Department) is responsible for preparing management plans on behalf of the Commission and subsequently implementing these plans for marine and terrestrial parks and reserves in accordance with the Conservation and Land Management Act 1984.

The Commission and the department have a firm commitment to public consultation and recognise the right of members of the public to have a meaningful role in conserving Western Australia's natural environment to ensure healthy ecosystems, social and economic wellbeing and conservation of biological diversity for present and future generations.

You can access management plans at the various stages of preparation at the departments website via the following link:

Page reviewed 05 Jul 2018