Public feedback on the draft plan closed on 23 April 2021.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to contribute their feedback. All of the feedback received is being analysed and a summary of consultation findings is being prepared. The final plan will be released later in 2021.
Parks Victoria must protect the alpine environment by reducing the impacts of feral horses in the Alpine National Park.
Feral horse management is part of an integrated approach to protecting sensitive environmental values, including through reducing the impacts of introduced animals.
A draft action plan has been prepared to enable the achievement of the strategy set out in the Greater Alpine National Parks Management Plan (2016). Since 2018, the Alpine landscape has experienced significant bushfires and requires protection, now more than ever, to support its recovery.
The (Draft) Feral Horse Action Plan 2021 includes updated approaches for managing feral horses in the alpine region. The draft has been published to provide the opportunity for community and stakeholder to review the changes and give feedback and input.
You can access and read the (Draft) Feral Horse Action Plan 2021 in the document library and then provide your feedback via the survey below until Friday 23 April.
Your feedback will contribute to the protection of the Alpine National Park.
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