Diverse, connected and healthy landscapes that support and sustain biodiversity, communities and wellbeing
Nomination, assessment and declaration of National Wildlife Corridors
It is anticipated that a National Wildlife Corridors Committee will be appointed by the Environment Minister in 2013. The Committee will report to the Land Sector Carbon and Biodiversity Board and provide advice to the Minister on the implementation of the National Wildlife Corridors Plan.
The National Wildlife Corridors Plan will support the development of an enduring network of wildlife corridors. This network will be underpinned by the creation of national wildlife corridors, declared by the Minister for the Environment, to create major links in the Australian landscape to support our biodiversity and its adaptation to a changing climate.
Proposed steps in the nomination, assessment and declaration process
Step 1: Themes - a theme for National Wildlife Corridor nominations may be determined.
Step 2: Nominations - nominations will be invited.
Step 3: Assessment - nominations will be assessed against criteria.
Step 4: Declarations - the Minister may declare National Wildlife Corridors.
Step 5: Review and reporting - the declaration process will be reviewed periodically.
More details on this process will be made available in 2013 when the process is finalised.
For more information
For more information about the National Wildlife Corridors Plan please call 1800 803 772 or email email@example.com
National Wildlife Corridors Plan
National Wildlife Corridor Nominations
Nominations for National Wildlife Corridors have not yet begun. Information will be provided on this website when nominations are called.