Northern Victoria's River Red Gum Forests

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Subject: Northern Victoria's River Red Gum Forests
From: Keith Stockwell <>
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 16:15:37 +1000
Hi all,

The Victorian Environment Assessment Council has released a draft proposals
paper on River Red Gum Forests (Victoria) for public comment. Copies can be
downloaded from the veac web site or obtained from DPI/DSE offices in the

A number of national parks, regional parks and other parks are proposed,
including a national park covering virtually all of Barmah Forest, another
covering much of Gunbower Island and a very long riverside park stretching
much of the way from Wodonga to the Sunraysia.

Kanyapella Forest, near Echuca, is proposed to be part of a Lower Goulburn
River National Park.

Extensions are proposed to several existing parks, including Terrick
Terrick (Patho Plain indigenous grasslands), Hattah-Kulkuyne,
Mallee-Sunset, Mt Buffalo (very small additional area) and Warby Range.

Keith Stockwell


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