Delivering effective governance
Taking action to trial new ways of managing our marine environment that are more efficient and effective, simpler and clearer for everyone and provide greater opportunities for stakeholder involvement in decision making.
Reviewing projects to determine where governance is embedded and identify gaps that need to be addressed.
Developing new planning processes for the preparation of management plans, and supporting management rules.
Improving management of aquatic reserves and other high value sites.
Improving geographic information systems (GIS) for marine estate managers and users.
Reviewing the roles and responsibilities of government agencies involved in the Strategy.
Identifying marine estate stakeholders and their networks to develop plans for improving communication and engagement.
Reducing the regulatory burden for community, industry and key stakeholders when using the marine estate.
Reducing inconsistencies and duplication in regulations affecting marine parks.
Finding ways to streamline the current marine park authorisation process and move to an online platform.
Collaborating across government to coordinate activities that improve compliance across multiple regulations in the marine estate.Project scheduled to commence in future years
Achieving optimal compliance through educating the community and other stakeholders, and enforcing fisheries and aquatic reserve rules and regulations.
Page last updated/reviewed: 05 Mar 2021