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Draft Three Capes Track Development Proposal and Environmental Management Plan 2011

The full version of the Draft Three Capes Track Development Proposal and Environmental Management Plan 2011 can be downloaded as a PDF [12.8MB]

Appendices are available as separate PDFs:

Appendix A Three Capes Track Survey [4.8MB]
Appendix B Ecological Assessment [58.4MB]
Appendix C Phytophthora Management Plan for the Tasman National Park [3.6MB]
Appendix D Aboriginal and Historic Heritage Assessment [14.6MB]
Appendix E Geomorphology and Geoheritage Values [7.9MB]
Appendix F Eagle Surveys [4.5MB]
Appendix G Marine Values Assessment [2.9MB]
Appendix H Geotechnical Assessments [9.1MB]
Appendix I Fire Management and Emergency Response Plan [7.2MB]
Appendix J Social Impact and Values [409KB]
Appendix K Economic Impact Analysis [485KB]
Appendix L Track Design [3.1MB]
Appendix M White Beach Gateway Layout [954KB]

Summary

The Parks and Wildlife Service has prepared a draft Development Proposal and Environmental Management Plan for the proposed Three Capes Track, a five night, hut based bushwalk within the Tasman National Park on the Tasman Peninsula.

This document is available for public comment for a period of five weeks, ending at the close of business on Friday 23 December 2011. This public comment period is part of the process of finalising the document which will become the Development Proposal and Environmental Management Plan for the proposal to be submitted for approval through the Parks and Wildlife Service Reserve Activity Assessment process.

Representations with respect to the draft Development Proposal and Environmental Management Plan may be made to:
Andrew Harvey Parks and Wildlife Service Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment GPO Box 1751 Hobart TAS 7001

Or via email: threecapestrack@parks.tas.gov.au

Representations should reach the above address by the close of business on Friday 23 December 2011. Hard copies of the plan may also be inspected at Service Tasmania in Hobart (134 Macquarie Street) and the Tasman Council offices in Nubeena (1713 Main Road).