Field and Game - - SHAP PROGRESS -

Hunt­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties will be im­proved by pro­vid­ing clear in­for­ma­tion on where, when and what peo­ple can hunt, im­prov­ing ac­cess to hunt­ing lo­ca­tions, ex­pand­ing pest and game hunt­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties, and work­ing with Tra­di­tional Own­ers.

Gov­ern­ment and agen­cies web­sites and other chan­nels to in­cor­po­rate in­for­ma­tion rel­e­vant to hunt­ing, up­dated at the time of each an­nounce­ment TBA

‘State Game Re­serve’ sta­tus and ‘hunt­ing’ icon to be used on all phys­i­cal sig­nage and printed or elec­tronic ref­er­ences (e.g. ‘Wildlife Re­serve’ the cur­rent pri­mary clas­si­fi­ca­tion and avoids use of ‘State Game Re­serve’) 2

Gov­ern­ment maps to in­clude ref­er­ence where there are hunt­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties 1

Scope of ex­panded game and pest an­i­mal hunt­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties to be com­mu­ni­cated to rel­e­vant hunt­ing or­gan­i­sa­tions by June 30, 2017 4

Pri­ori­tise ac­tion to cre­ate or im­prove ac­cess, where cur­rently lim­ited, to State Game Re­serves 2

Scope how hunt­ing and Tra­di­tional Own­ers can be mu­tu­ally in­clu­sive by June 30, 2017 1

Erect and main­tain clear and ap­pro­pri­ate sig­nage on en­trance points to all Na­tional Parks where sea­sonal deer stalk­ing is per­mit­ted. 2

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