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NEW consultations & enquiries – last updated on 14 April 2021

Application for Scientific Permit – Australian fur seal & Long-nosed fur seal

The Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment is seeking feedback on an application to study the Australian fur seal (Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus) and Long-nosed fur seal (Arctocephalus forsteri) across the Wedge Island Conservation Area and Lippies Point.
Public comment closes on 22 April 2021 >>

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Application for Scientific Permit – Little penguin

The Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment is seeking feedback on an application to study the Little penguin (Eudyptula minor) across various colonies around the state.
Public comment closes on 22 April 2021 >>

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Application for Scientific Permit – Eastern barred bandicoot and feral cat

The Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment is seeking feedback on an application to study the Eastern barred bandicoot (Perameles gunnii) and feral cat (Felis catus) on private landholdings in northern Tasmania within the Launceston, West Tamar, Northern Midlands, Georgetown, Meander Valley Municipalities.
Public comment closes on 27 April 2021 >>

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Kia Ora Hut and Overland Track

The Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife Service is seeking feedback on the proposal to replace the public hut and toilet at Kia Ora overnight node, on the Overland Track (OLT). The proposal will upgrade existing facilities to meet contemporary building and environmental management standards and accommodate the walkers registered on the OLT each day.
Public comment closes on 30 April 2021 >>


Existing consultations & enquiries – last updated on 14 April 2021

Application for Scientific Permit – Tasmanian springtails

The Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment is seeking feedback on an application to study Tasmanian springtails (Entomobryomorpha, Symphypleona and Poduromorpha) across various freshwater bodies, litter, soil, shrubs, trees and caves.
Public comment closes on 15 April 2021 >>

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LPS – West Tamar

The Tasmanian Planning Commission is seeking feedback on the draft Local Provisions Schedule (LPS) prepared by West Tamar Council. The LPS aims to provide for the ongoing use of a multi-purpose community, leisure, health and wellbeing centre at the Windsor Community Precinct, Windsor Park in Riverside, while maintaining the dominant recreational use of the site.
Public comment closes on 27 April 2021 >>


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