Periodic Assessments


By section 19(1)(g) of the Conservation and Land Management Act 1986 (the Act), several of the functions of the Commission in relation to 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 are -

  • to develop guidelines for monitoring; and
  • to set performance criteria for evaluating; and
  • to conduct periodic assessments of,

the implementation of the management plans by those responsible for implementing them, including the CEO (Department of Parks and Wildlife) and, if the land is State forest or a timber reserve, the Forest Products Commission.

Performance Assessment Report: Wungong Catchment Environment and Water Management Project

This Performance Assessment reviewed the implementation of the Water Corporation’s ‘Wungong Catchment Environment and Water Management Project’ (an action under the Forest Management Plan 2004-2013).

The assessment commenced in 2008 and Part A assessed the context and planning of the project at the time of the assessment and interviews.

The main emphasis of the Part B assessment is upon the native forest areas subject to commercial logging and non-commercial thinning.

Performance Assessment Report: Parks in the Albany area

The Albany coast and hinterland contains iconic landscapes with diverse values. This assessment report details the internationally and nationally significant biodiversity, social and landscape values of the conservation reserves in the area, the threats to these values and an evaluation of the management response.