The five key documents that form the World Heritage Management Plan will be reviewed throughout 2020 - 2021. A diagram showing the documents can be viewed below.
You will be able to read and respond to each document as the review progresses and your feedback will ensure the site is appropriately managed, protected and celebrated for future generations to enjoy. Information on how to have your say will be available on this page.
For more detailed information about the site and review process, please read the Discussion Paper.
To read the existing World Heritage Management Plan and its component documents, please visit the Heritage Victoria website.
Exhibition Reserve Draft Master Plan (Attachment C) - consultation on full draft now open
Consultation on the complete draft Exhibition Reserve Master Plan now open.
The draft Master Plan was advertised for initial feedback and comments on the 'Guiding Principles and Actions' between 6 October - 21 November 2021.
The full draft document is now complete, and available to view below. Museums Victoria welcome feedback on the complete document until 6 February 2022.
Please send any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line "ERMP Feedback".
The draft Master Plan was developed by Oculus Landscape Architecture and Urban Design for Museums Victoria. It draws on the first phase of community consultation undertaken between June - July 2020, and consultation with Traditional Owners.
Queries on the draft Exhibition Reserve Master Plan can be directed to:
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