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Limeburners Creek National Park

Have your say on a new plan of management for Limeburners Creek National Park, Goolawah National Park and Goolawah Regional Park.
Image credit John Spencer DPIE
Image credit John Spencer DPIE

What’s this about?

Community consultation has commenced to develop a new plan of management for Limeburners Creek National Park, Goolawah National Park and Goolawah Regional Park.

The new plan of management will help to protect the parks' unique values and improve the effectiveness of how the parks are managed.

The existing plan of management for Limeburners Creek National Park was written in 1998. The areas that are now Goolawah National Park and Goolawah Regional Park were formerly Goolawah State Park and Crown land. A lot has changed since these plans were prepared and a new plan is needed.

A previous consultation, including a community forum, identified a range of issues important to the local community which will be considered in the new plan.

Stakeholders, park users and the local community are invited to have their say on the new plan of management.

Have your say

Complete the online form to register your interest, provide initial input and be notified of further consultation dates. Tell us what is important to you about the parks and what you would like to see in the future. 

Have your say by Friday 30 October 2020.

Online consultation

10 July 2020 to 30 October 2020

Consultation website

Consultation period

From:10 July 2020
To:30 October 2020

See consultation methods

More information

Email: Project team
Phone: 02 6659 8209
Agency Website
Consultation Website

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