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Western Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan
Strategic

One of the major impediments facing Cape York is the myth that it is a vast undisturbed wilderness sitting in a time-warp that has by-passed the rest of Australia.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resource Analysis Program: Environmental Regions of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

The Environmental Resources Information Network (ERIN) was established as a program in the Commonwealth Environment Portfolio in 1989 to provide geographically related environmental inormation required for planning and decision making.


Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council land management pest animals and weeds presentation
Strategic

This presentation was created by the Wujal Wujal shire council to present the main environmental impacts such as weeds, straying stock (wild horses/cattle), and disturbed areas in Wujal Wujal in an easy to understand format. 
 


Aust-Pac Capital Pty Ltd - initial advice statement
Operational

Utah Development Company (UDC), BHP Australia and Bathurst Coal and Power Limited (BPCL) conducted extensive geotechnical investigations across the resource (then known as EPC 463) in the 1970s, 1980s and the 1990s.


Aurukun waterways wetland and coastal draft management plan 2009 (draft)
Strategic

This draft plan was the product of a contract between Wik Projects and the Department of Natural Resources and Water, created on behalf of the Natural Heritage Trust. This report focuses predominately on the experiences and aspirations of Wik, Wik Way, and Kuugu people.


Weeds of national significance: Pond Apple
Strategic

The weeds of national significance project was an initiative of the Commonwealth Government and each individual State Government to work towards the control and eradication of weed species deemed to be of significant importance or that pose a significant risk to the environment.


Western Cape Communities Trust investment strategy 2011-2022

This investment strategy released in 2011 presents an in-depth explanation of the funding allocation for the Western Cape Communities Trust, established by the Western Cape Communities Co-existence Agreement for a number of purposes such as natural resource management and funding allocation.


Western Cape Chamber of Commerce strategic plan 2010-2012
Obsolete Community

This strategic plan was developed following a review of the 2007 Western Chamber of Commerce Strategic Plan during a workshop in Weipa on the 20th of November 2009.


Western Cape Communities Trust & Western Cape Communities Coordinating Committee strategic plan 2009-2012
Obsolete Strategic

This document was released by the Western Cape Communities Trust (WCCT) and Western Cape Communities Coordinating Committee (WCCCC) as a plan to deliver on 4 key objectives within the mining lease area surrounding Weipa.


South of the Embley communities, heritage and environment management plan
Current Operational

This community, heritage, and environment management plan was developed by the South of Embley working project group for the area of Rio Tinto Alcan's mining lease between Aurukun and Weipa in mid 2011.


Great Barrier Reef report card 2012 and 2013
Current Informational

The Great Barrier Reef report card is part of the Reef Quality Water Protection Plan and measures the progress from 2009 to 2013 regarding the Reef Water Quality Protection plan 2009 targets.


Reef Water Quality Protection Plan 2009
Superceded Strategic

The intention of the Reef Water Quality Protection Plan 2009 was to ensure that the water quality of the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon was improved by addressing non-point source pollution caused by large-scale land use along the eastern coastline.


Port of Weipa environmental management plan
Current Strategic

This environmental management plan was released by the North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation as part of their environmental program with the objective of acting as a reference document for all then-current and potential users of the Weipa port.


Pormpuraaw Aboriginal Lands and Waters fire management plan
Current Strategic

The Pormpuraaw fire management plan was created by the Pormpuraaw Land and Sea Management group on behalf of the Thaayorre and Mungkan Traditional Owners and the Pormpuraaw Aboriginal Shire Council in conjunction with Cape York Sustainable Futures and Firescape Science, to provide various strateg


Mungumby Community Plan
Current Community

This document was released in March of 2012 following a 2007 Federal Court ruling which recognised the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people's of 129,600ha of country between the South Mossman River and just North of Black Mountain near Cooktown.


Mitchell River Watershed Management Group operation plan
Superceded Operational

The Mitchell River Watershed Management Group released this operational plan as a follow up from the business plan to take tasks identified therein and prioritise them, identify potential partners for projects, and setting measurable outcomes and appropriate times for completion of projects.


Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council planning scheme
Current Community

The Wujal Wujal planning scheme was released in 2013 by the Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council and set out the council's intention for the future of Wujal Wujal over the next 20 years from 2013.


Normanby Catchments water quality management plan - draft
Strategic

This is the final draft for the Normanby Catchment Water Quality Management Plan and was released for consultation and review on the 1st of September 2013.


Napranum Community Plan
Current Community

The Napranum Shire Council released a community plan in 2012 looking at future development for (then) the next 10 years.


Mapoon Aboriginal shire council community plan 2010-2020
Current Community

This community plan outlines how the community and council believe that the Mapoon area should develop between the 2010 and 2020 period and sets out how the issues affecting the Mapoon region at the time should've been addressed and a vision for the future Mapoon. 


Laura Rangers weed and fire plan
Current Community

This poster outlines the objectives, location, strategy, planned outcomes, and implementation of the Laura Ranger's Weed Management Strategy.


Northern Peninsula Area Council 2010-2020 Land and Environment Management Plan introduction
Current Strategic

This document is the introductory pages for the Northern Peninsula Area Council's 2010-2020 Land and Environment Management Plan released in December 2010. This is a draft document broken into three sections; introduction, an overview of plans, and Land use and Land Management constraints. 


Mitchell River Watershed Management Group business plan
Current Operational

This document was a strategic plan released in late 2012 that intended to guide the Mitchell River Management Group on the priorities of the organisations stakeholders, defining a set of projects and activities for implementation, documenting the areas which funding might come from, and defining 


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Services and Infrastructure of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This report which compromises an aspect of the CYPLUS reporting gives an overview of the social structure and inherit obstacles in the way of community growth on the Cape York Peninsula.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resources Analysis Program: Fauna Distribution Modelling for Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This project report was published in 1995 as part of the CYPLUS reporting. It's pirpose was to make information of the fauna of the Cape York Peninsula readily available to those who required it or may require it in the future.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: An Assessment of the Conservation and Natural Heritage Significance of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This report both details the distribution of particular conservation values across the Cape York Peninsula and also acts as a guide for the 40 GIS layers created during the CYPLUS conservation assessment.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Values, Needs and Aspirations Study of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This study was undertaken between July 1994 and Janurary 1995 as a project within the Land use Program of CYPLUS.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resources Analysis Program: Vegetation Survey and Mapping of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This report summarises information about the structure, floristic composition, and areal extent of the present vegetation on the Cape York Peninsula in 1994.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resources Analysis Program: Wetland Definition and Fauna Assessment of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

The aim of this project was to define the differnt types and respective distribution of those types of wetlands within the Cape York Peninsula CYPLUS study area and attempt to investigate patterns between wetland habitat and faunal occurence.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Survey of Forest Resources of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

As an aspect of the Land Use Program a study into the forest resources of the Cape York Peninsula was undertaken with the aim of compiling a regional outlook on the economic, environmental, and cultural resources of forests and woodlands in order to establish a baseline of their use in the early


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resources Analysis Program: Terrestrial Vertebrate Fauna of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

The primary aim of the Terrestrial Vertebrate Fauna project was to gather information by undertaking field serves in key areas lacking then existing data on vertebrate fauna and make that available for incorporation into the Conservation Assessment in stage 2 of the CYPLUS report.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Tourism Study of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This study endeavoured to gather information about the then present tourims industry in the Cape York Pennsula as well as the future outlook and possible issues that may affect the tourism industry in the Peninsula.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Transport Services and Infrastructure of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This report investigated issues relating to transport services and infrastructure on the Cape York Peninsula as part of the CYPLUS Land Use and Natural Resource Analysis Program in 1995.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Surface Water Resources of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This report is part of the CYPLUS Land Use Program and establishes an overview of the surface water resurces on the Cape York Peninsula at the time, including an assesment on the reliability of project deands and related environmental and social issues associated with that.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Population Characteristics of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This report investigated the population of the Cape York Peninsula and evaluated the collected data in order to create numerous statistics on the region including population progressions, tourism, birh trates, educational attendance, population mapping, cultural mapping, economy, documentation of


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resources Analysis Program: Regolith-Terrain Mapping of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

Regolith within the CYPLUS area in North Queensland consists both of 'in situ' weathered beardock and transported minerals.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Other Primary Industries (Non-Pastoral, Non-Forestry) of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

Prior to the execution of this project regional stakeholders and industry representatives expressed differing opinions concerining the development potential of other agricultural industries within the CYPLUS area.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Pastoral Industry of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

Despite ongoing harsdhip and difficult working conditions there was a strong desire by cattlemen and their families to persevere wth the beef industry as independent produers free of government support and unnecessary regulations.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resource Analysis Program: Mineral Resource Inventory of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

As part of the Natural Resources Analysis program the Geological Survey Division of the Queensland Department of Minerals and Energy compiled a database of known mineralisation within the CYPLUS area in order to update and expand then current knowledge of the bedrock geology, regolith, geochemist


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Management of Pastoral Holdings Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

The aim of this study was to describe and assess the pastoral industry of the Cape York Peninsula in terms of its [then] current operations and land management as well as to provide an analysis of [then] existing and potential land tenure for pastoral uses.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Strategy Models
CYPLUS

This project report was commissioned by CYPLUS to evaluate and compare different stratiegies for land use on the Cape York Peninsula on a variety of fronts.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Land Tenure Systems and Issues of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

The CYPLUS Land Tenure project was designed in order to provide information to the Land Use Program on the tenure types and bondaries, and the restrictions they have on land use.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Land Degradation in Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This project evaluated land degradationin terms of soil erosion and soil salinity. Soil erosion was examined by the Queensland Department of Primary Industries and the Australian Geological Survey Organisation with assistance from the Bureau of Resource Science.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resources Analysis Program: Insect Fauna Survey of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

It was estimated that two out of every three species of living thing on the Cape York Peninsula are insects. This report surveyed a cross section of the Cape York Peninsula's insects and this provides information on the largest portion of the regions biodiversity.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resource Analysis Program: Flora Data and Modelling for Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

The Flora Data and Modellng Project was one of three projects undertaken by ERIN for the Natural Resources Analysis Program of CYPLUS stage 1.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resources Analysis Program: Groundwater Resources of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

The study area of this report covered some 143,000 square kilometre, and is remote and isolated from all Australian population cenrs. This area includes Cape York Peninsula from north of Cooktown and some selected areas of the Torres Strait Islands.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Fire on Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This report was commisioned by CYPLUS and brings together published material on fire that is of relevance to the Cape York Peninsula.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Indigenous Management of Land and Sea and Traditional Activities in Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

The Indigenous Mannagement of Land and Sea (IMLS) report was compiled by anthropologists and other specialists whose contributions relied on their long standinging familiarity with the Cape York Peninsula and the conditions of it's indigenous peoples.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Economic Assessment and Secondary Tertiary Industries of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This report was commisioned by the CYPLUS task force for the Centre for Applied Economic Research and Analysis (CAERA) at James Cook Univeristy of North Queensland to perform a cross-sectoral economic assesment of the regional economy in the Cape York Peninsula.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Current Administrative Structures on Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

This project was commisioned in 1994 by CYPLUS to provide a description of the instiutional structures on the Cape York Peninsula that have relevance for land use planning and resource management.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resources Analysis Program: Development, Maintenance and Coordination of the Geographic Information System (GIS) for Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

The CYPLUS GIS was created to support the collection, anaysis and display of natural resource, social, and economic data which arrose from the enactment of stage 1 of the Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resources Analysis Program: Digital Geological Data for Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

Geospatial information gathered previously was assembled and analysed to create a single integrated digital geological map of the CYPLUS area derived from the appropriate previous 1:250,000 series maps however with amendments and new information incorporated whre possible.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resource Analysis Program: Ecology and Conservation the Golden Shouldered Parrot
CYPLUS

The Golden-shouldered Parrot (Psephotus chrysopterygius) once occured accross much of central Cape York however it is now cofned to a handfull of small areas with small populations.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Natural Resources Analysis Program: Coastal Environment Geoscience of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

The Coastal Environment Geoscience Survey project utilised a variety of information and techniques to compile the coastal geoscientific information necessary for the developent of a land use strategy for Cape York Peninsula.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Aspects of Commercial and Non-Commercial Fisheries of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

CYPLUS commissioned WBM Oceanics Australia to prepare this report which describes the level of use of commerical and non-commerical fisheries, factors affecing the environmental condition of said fisheries and habitats, and management issues relating to each of the fisheries and habitats in 1994.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy Thematic Report 3 Of 3 Society and Culture
CYPLUS

There are many histories of the Cape York Peninsula and these may see the same events from differing perspectives.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Areas Containing Significant Species or Habitats Outside the Existing National Parks and Reserves Network on Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

The Conservation and Natural Heritage Assesment Project was one of the 24 projects undertaken as part of the CYPLUS Land Use Program.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: Land Use Program: Animal and Weed Pests of Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

Australia has long been an isolated evolutionary cradle of unique species of plants and animals. The evolutionarily recent invasion of a whole host of animal and plant species has caused significant problems for the ecosystem.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy: National Resources Analysis Program Airborne Geophysical Data for Cape York Peninsula
CYPLUS

The Airborne Geophysical Survey Project had compiled and upgraded four major regional data sets from Cape York including magnetic, gamma-ray, gravity, and height of ground above sea level.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy Overview of Current Resources, Land Uses and Issues
CYPLUS

The Cape York Peninsula is a diverse and important region of tropical Australia covering 13,720,000 hectares.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy Thematic Report 1 Of 3 Natural Resources and Ecology
CYPLUS

The Cape York Peninsula is a diverse and important region of tropical Australia covering 13,720,000 hectares.


Cape York Peninsula Land Use Strategy Thematic Report 2 Of 3 Land Use and Economy
CYPLUS

The land on the Cape York Peninsula has historically been utilised by different cultures for different uses. Aboriginal land use was managed by a complex set of cultural practices involving some ecological manipulation (principally by fire) and a degree of active resource replenishment.


National recovery plan for the wet tropics yellow-bellied glider Petaurus australis unnamed subspecies
Threatened species

The Wet Tropics yellow bellied glider is a small marsupial classified as vulnerable under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity  Conservation Act 1999 and Queensland Nature Conservation Act 1992.


National recovery plan for the water mouse (false water rat) Xeromys myoides
Threatened species

The water mouse is listed as vulnerable under the Commonwealth Environmental Protection and Biodiversity and Conservation Act 1999 prompting the development of this plan in 2010 in order to improve the conservation status of the species by habitat conservation, threat reduction, research and publ


National recovery plan for the buff-breasted button-quail Turnix olivii
Threatened species

The buff-breasted button quail was listed as endangered under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 and vulnerable and Queensland Nature Conservation Act 1992 prompting the development of this national recovery plan.


Recovery for the plan for the souther cassowary Casuarius casuarius johnsonii
Current Threatened species

The cassowary occurs primarily in rainforest habitats but can also be found in woodlands, swamps, and disturbed vegetation forraging for fruits throughout the Wet Tropics.


Recovery plan for threatened seabirds
Threatened species

This plan attempted to improve the conservation status of ten species of Sea Birds by protecting and effectively managing breeding and foraging habitats and ensuring that threats such as pest flora and fauna dont prevent population growth.


National recovery plan for the bare-rumped sheethtail bat Saccolaimus saccolaimus nudicluniatus
Threatened species

This plan was released in 2007 with the goal of improving the conservation status of the then critically endangered bare-rumped sheethtail bat.


Whale Shark recovery plan 2005-2010
Threatened species

The whale shark is the world's largest fish and one of only three filter feeding shark species, it was listed as vulnerable in 2001 under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC).


Recovery plan for the stream-dwelling rainforest frogs of the wet tropics biogeographic region of north-east Queensland 2000–2004
Threatened species

This plan was released in 2001 by the Natural Heritage Trust and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service with the ultimate goal of improving the conservation status of particular species of stream dwelling rainforest frogs within the Wet Tropics.


National recovery plan for the Specatacled Flying Fox Pteropus conspicillatus
Threatened species

The Spectacled Flying Fox is consdiered a vulnerable species under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 and so this plan was developed by the Queensland and Australian Government's in order to secure long term protection of the flying fox populations by r


Recovery plan for the Northern Quoll Dasyurus hallucatus
Threatened species

This recovery plan was released in 2010 with the ultimate goal of haulting the decline of the Northern Quoll, which are threatened with extinction by cane toads as they have a susceptibility to the toxin.


National Multi-species Recovery Plan for the Carpentarian Antechinus Pseudantechinus mimulus, Butler’s Dunnart Sminthopsis butleri, and Northern Hopping-mouse Notomys aquilo 2004-2008
Threatened species

This plan was published in 2004 by the Natural Heritage Trust with the intention of halting the decline of the populations of three threatened marsupials: the Carpentarian Antechinus, Butler’s Dunnart, and the Northern Hopping-mouse.


Recovery plan for the Golden Shouldered Parrot Psephotus chrysopterygius 2003-2007
Superceded Threatened species

The Golden Shouldered Parrot is a small granivore known for nesting inside termite mounds and at the time of this plan's development was restricted to just two small populations in central Cape York Peninsula.


Recovery plan for the northern bettong Bettongia tropica 2000-2004
Obsolete Threatened species

The Northern Bettong has been classified as endangered under the Queensland Nature Conservation regulation 1994 for some time and thus this plan was produced by the Natural Heritage Trust, Queensland Environmental Protection Agency, and Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service in 2001 in an


National recovery plan for the white bellied subspecies of the Crimson Finch Neochmia phaeton evangelinae, and the northern subspecies of the Star Finch Neochmia ruficauda clarescens
Current Threatened species

This plan was released in 2007 with the ultimate goal of maintaining and increasing the size of wild populations of Crimson and Star finches on the Cape York Peninsula through conservation efforts such as invasive weed reduction in grassland habitats, the implementation of other land management s


Recovery plan for marine turtles
Current Threatened species

This plan was released in July 2003 by Environment Australia in consultation with the Marine Turtle Recovery tean.


Recovery plan for Mabi forest
Current Threatened species

This plan was released in 2008 and produced by the Australian Government and Queensland Environmental Protection Agency with the intention of protecting and rehabilitating the Mabi rainforest and where possible expanding the rainforest into surrounding areas, reversing already existing damage to


National recovery plan for the red Goshawk Erythrotriorchis radiatus
Current Threatened species

This report was released by several government bodies including the Commonwealth Government with the intention of maintaining populations of the Red Goshawk across Australia and ultimately increasing their population.


Recovery plan for cave dwelling bats, Rhinolophus philippinesis, Hipposideros semoni, and Taphozous troughtoni 2001-2005
Current Threatened species

In 2001 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and the Australian Natural Heritage Trust released a recovery plan for three species of cave dwelling bat Rhinolophus philippinesis, Hipposideros semoni, and Taphozous troughtoni.


National recovery plan for the Chingia Australis
Current Threatened species

The intention of this plan was to halt the decline of the fern C.


Blue, Fin and Sei Whale recovery plan 2005-2010
Obsolete Threatened species

This plan was released by the Department of Environment and Heritage and Natural Heritage Trust outlining the measures necessary to protect the endnagered Blue Whale and vulnerable Sei Whale and Fin Whale.


Springvale Erosion Management Plan
Current

In 2016 the Queensland Government purchased Springvale Station, a 56,295ha property in Far North Queensland (Figure 1).


Draft Cape York Peninsula Natural Resource Management Plan (2005)
Obsolete Government Policy

The aim of the Plan is to ensure that natural resources are well managed, and protected where required, for the benefit of us all and future generations. The Plan aims as far as possible to be consistent with other regional strategies.


Soil Conservation Act 1986
Current Statutory (law)

An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the conservation of soil resources and to facilitate the implementation of soil conservation measures by landholders for the mitigation of soil erosion.


Queensland's Agriculture Strategy
Current Government Policy

A 2040 vision to double agricultural production


Annan and Endeavour Strategic Plan
Current Strategic

The Annan-Endeavour Catchment Management Group has developed this Strategy in close association with all interested community, government and industry groups.


Brumby Hollow Property Pest Management Plan
Obsolete Operational

This plan outlines the sustainable land management practices for Brumby Hollow over 4 years. Objectives are:


Bunata Property Pest Management Plan
Obsolete Operational

This plan aims to protect the economy and environment of Bunata from the adverse impacts of weeds and feral animals.The objectives for weed and feral animal management in Bunata over the next 4 years are:


Butchers Hill Station Pest Management Plan
Obsolete Operational

To manage the land of Butchers Hill Station, in a sustainable way, by controlling weeds and pest animals on the property, and ensuring it’s economic and environmental viability continues into the future.


Cape York Peninsula Heritage Act 2007
Current Statutory (law)

An Act to provide for the identification of the significant natural and cultural values of Cape York Peninsula, and cooperative and ecologically sustainable management of Cape York Peninsula.


Threats to priority species of the Cape York Peninsula region
Current Government Policy

On day one of the regional workshop, participants used their knowledge of individual species to identify the major and minor regional threats that are affecting each species. On day two of the regional workshop, species were grouped by major threats.


Coastal Management Plan
Current Government Policy

The Coastal Management Plan is prepared under the Coastal Protection and Management Act 1995 (Coastal Act) to describe how the coastal zone of Queensland is to be managed.


Cape York Peninsula Feral Pig Management Plan 2006-2009
Obsolete Operational

The Cape York Peninsula (CYP) Pest Management Strategy provides a planning framework for coordinated pest management between research bodies, agencies, communities, industries, individuals and the government.


Cape York Regional Plan
Current Government Policy

Published by the Department of State Development, Infrastructure and Planning. The plan identifies and interprets the state’s interests in land use planning and development, as described in the State Planning Policy, for the Cape York region.


Strategy for Delivering Water Resource Management in Cape York
Current Government Policy

This strategy identifies short term and long term actions that will enhance opportunities for future access to water resources for agriculture, tourism and other industries in a responsible way.


Queensland Pest Animal Strategies - Feral Pigs (Sus scrofa)
Obsolete Government Policy

The overall vision of the feral pig management strategy is to use best practice
management to minimise the impact of feral pigs on the environment, economy and
health of Queensland.
The strategy is intended to achieve five outcomes:


Cape York Peninsula Pest Management Strategy
Obsolete Strategic

The Cape York Peninsula Pest Management Strategy (CYPPMS) is a broad over-arching document that establishes a Cape-wide planning framework for integrated pest management by government, community, industry and individuals.


Normanby Catchment Water Quality Management Plan
Current Strategic

The Normanby Catchment Water Quality Management Plan is written in accordance 
with the Australian Government’s Framework for Marine and Estuarine Water Quality 


Jim's Joint Property Pest Management Plan
Obsolete Operational

The plan has been prepared to protect the economy and environment of “Jim’s Joint” from the adverse impacts of weeds and feral animals.


Julery Pastoral Property Pest Management Plan
Obsolete Operational

The plan represents a workable pest management program which identifies, combats and eradicates declared environmental pest plants and feral animals for Julery Pastoral.


Kaanju Homelands Wenlock & Pascoe Rivers Cape York Peninsula Indigenous Protected Area Management Plan
Obsolete Operational

Primarily, this Plan is for Kaanju people living on homelands, but it also serves as a guide for external land and resource management, conservation, service delivery, economic development and community development organisations and agencies, both government and non-government, engaged with Chuul


Kuuku I’yu Northern Kaanju Ngaachi Cultural Heritage Management Plan
Current Operational

This document outlines the cultural heritage management plan for the Kuuku I’yu Northern Kaanju Ngaachi for the next six years from 2011 to 2017.


Laura Ranger Country Plan and Poster
Current Operational

Poster outlining a set of guiding priniciples on which Laura Rangers will operate on their country.


Laura-Normanby Catchment Management Strategy
Current Strategic

The Laura-Normanby Catchment Area covers a vast and relatively undeveloped area with extensive riverine and wetland systems, one of Queensland's largest conservation areas (Lakefield National Park), numerous sacred aboriginal sites, good cattle country and rich agricultural lands.


Maitland Downs Property Pest Management Plan
Current Operational

This plan provides a sustainable land management program for Maitland Downs, to control weeds and pest animals on the property, to ensure it’s economic and environmental viability continues into the future.


Mitchell River Watershed Strategic Plan
Current Strategic

The Mitchell River Watershed Strategic Plan 2013-2016 is an update of the Mitchell River Watershed Management Plan created in 2000.


Cape York Peninsula Pest Management Plan 2006 - 2011
Obsolete Strategic

The Cape York Peninsula Pest Management Plan (CYPPMP) establishes a Cape-wide planning framework for integrated pest management by Government, Community, Industry and Individuals.


Planned Burn Guidelines - Cape York Peninsula Bioregion of Queensland
Current Operational

This guideline was developed as part of the Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and


Reef Water Quality Protection Plan 2013
Current Government Policy

Reef Plan is a joint commitment of the Australian and Queensland governments. The plan is a collaborative program of coordinated projects and partnerships designed to improve the quality of water in the Great Barrier Reef.


Strategic Cropping in Cape York
Current Informational

Strategic Cropping in Cape York – what is to be locked away in the draft Strategic Environmental Areas


Upper Mitchell Catchment Rehabilitation Plan
Current Strategic

Technical Report on Rehabilitation Needs


Vegetation Management Act 1999
Current Statutory (law)

The purpose of this Act is to regulate the clearing of vegetation in a way that:


Wunta Traditional Fire Management Plan Stage 1
Current Operational

This document is to support the re-introduction of an indigenous practical fire management action plan to the Nesbit river area in Cape York Peninsula. The project is a stage one plan that will develop over time with further stages and to encompass more fire managed land in the area.


Wunta Draft Strategic Plan
Current Strategic

We are proud and culturally strong community organisation.


Eastern Kuku Yalanji Indigenous Protected Area Management Plan Stage 1
Current Operational

Caring for Kuku Nyungkal Country

Our vision for our bubu (land)1 is to

  • Maintain our Nyungkal culture, belief, customs and law/lore;


Hopevale community plan 2012
Current Community

The intent of the community plan is that it will represent the community’s views, visions and values for the future of the local government area, and set a strategic vision for what the community wants the area to be like in 10, 20 or more years.


Hopevale Economic Strategy 2014-2017
Current Strategic

Hope Vale Aboriginal Shire Council (HVASC) is focussing on a Community Economic Development (CED) model; where communities initiate their own solutions to local problems.


Hopevale Aboriginal Shire council planning scheme
Current Strategic

Hope Vale is a community for families that celebrates Aboriginal culture, striving to be sustainable, viable, fair and equitable, accommodating change, fostering growth, promoting success in a friendly and culturally sensitive environment and is an enjoyable place to live.


Cape York Peninsula Regional Biosecurity Strategy
Current Strategic

Cape York Natural Resource Management (Cape York NRM), Cook Shire Council (CSC), Weipa Town Authority, Wujal Wujal, Hopevale, Lockhart, Mapoon, Napranum, Aurukun, Pormpuraaw and Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire Councils and the Northern Peninsula Area Regional Council (NPARC) have collaboratively devel


Recently added
Western Cape York Water Quality Improvement Plan
Strategic

One of the major impediments facing Cape York is the myth that it is a vast undisturbed wilderness sitting in a time-warp that has by-passed the rest of Australia.

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Cape York Peninsula Regional Biosecurity Strategy
Current Strategic

Cape York Natural Resource Management (Cape York NRM), Cook Shire Council (CSC), Weipa Town Authority, Wujal Wujal, Hopevale, Lockhart, Mapoon, Napranum, Aurukun, Pormpuraaw and Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire Councils and the Northern Peninsula Area Regional Council (NPARC) have collaboratively devel

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Hopevale Aboriginal Shire council planning scheme
Current Strategic

Hope Vale is a community for families that celebrates Aboriginal culture, striving to be sustainable, viable, fair and equitable, accommodating change, fostering growth, promoting success in a friendly and culturally sensitive environment and is an enjoyable place to live.

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Hopevale Economic Strategy 2014-2017
Current Strategic

Hope Vale Aboriginal Shire Council (HVASC) is focussing on a Community Economic Development (CED) model; where communities initiate their own solutions to local problems.

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Hopevale community plan 2012
Current Community

The intent of the community plan is that it will represent the community’s views, visions and values for the future of the local government area, and set a strategic vision for what the community wants the area to be like in 10, 20 or more years.

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Eastern Kuku Yalanji Indigenous Protected Area Management Plan Stage 1
Current Operational

Caring for Kuku Nyungkal Country

Our vision for our bubu (land)1 is to

Maintain our Nyungkal culture, belief, customs and law/lore;

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Wunta Draft Strategic Plan
Current Strategic

We are proud and culturally strong community organisation.

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Wunta Traditional Fire Management Plan Stage 1
Current Operational

This document is to support the re-introduction of an indigenous practical fire management action plan to the Nesbit river area in Cape York Peninsula. The project is a stage one plan that will develop over time with further stages and to encompass more fire managed land in the area.

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Vegetation Management Act 1999
Current Statutory (law)

The purpose of this Act is to regulate the clearing of vegetation in a way that:

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