Threatened and protected species
Reducing impacts on threatened and protected species
Taking action to protect threatened and protected marine wildlife from harm.
Improving strategic planning and coordination of marine threatened and protected species programs across NSW.
Strengthening partnerships with government, community and industry to enhance the management, incident response and rehabilitation of marine threatened and protected species.
Explaining the need to protect marine threatened and protected species and the importance of community to achieve this.
Improving reporting and data sharing on marine threatened and protected species to support evidence-based decisions about marine wildlife management.
Updating the commercial fishing observer prioritisation to address threats to marine ecosystems.
Extending the observer-based survey of the Ocean Trap and Line Fishery to better understand the threats from bycatch and harvest.
Analysing data from the Estuary General Fishery to address threats to fish from bycatch and harvest.
Analysing data from the NSW Ocean Trawl Fishery to address threats to fish from bycatch and harvest.
Developing and implementing strategies to reduce interactions between commercial fishing gear and threatened and protected species.
Working with industry to reduce interactions with threatened and protected species and improve reporting of interactions when they occur.
Research and collaboration to reduce the effects of habitat modification on threatened and protected species.Project to commence in future years
Understanding more about changes in the threats to marine wildlife and the health of their habitats.Project to commence in future years
Page last updated/reviewed: 21 Sep 2021