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EPBC Act Protected Matters Report

This report provides general guidance on matters of national environmental significance and other matters protected by the EPBC Act in the area you have selected. Please see the caveat for interpretation of information provided here.



Report created: 15/12/11 10:27:39

Summary


Details

Matters of NES

Other Matters Protected by the EPBC Act

Extra Information Caveat Acknowledgements

Summary


This map may contain data which are

©Commonwealth of Australia

(Geoscience Australia), ©PSMA 2010






Coordinates

Buffer: 5.0Km



Matters of National Environment Significance



World Heritage Properties: National Heritage Places: Wetlands of International

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park: Commonwealth Marine Areas: Threatened Ecological Communities: Threatened Species:



Migratory Species:

None
1


7
None
None
2
14
13



Matters of National Environment Significance



Commonwealth Lands: Commonwealth Heritage Places: Listed Marine Species:

Whales and Other Cetaceans: Critical Habitats:



Commonwealth Reserves:

None
None


11

None None None



Extra Information



This part of the report provides information that may also be relevant to the area you have
Place on the RNE: 3
State and Territory Reserves: 5
Regional Forest Agreements: 1
Invasive Species: 11


Nationally Important Wetlands:
None

EPBC Act Referrals: 2



Details

Matters of National Environmental Significance


National Heritage Properties

[ Resource Information ]




Name State Status

Natural

Australian Alps National Parks and Reserves

NSW

Listed place




Wetlands of International Significance (RAMSAR)

[ Resource Information ]




Name Proximity

Banrock station wetland complex Upstream from Ramsar Barmah forest Upstream from Ramsar Coorong and lakes alexandrina and albert Upstream from Ramsar Gippsland lakes Upstream from Ramsar Gunbower forest Upstream from Ramsar Nsw central murray state forests Upstream from Ramsar

Riverland Upstream from Ramsar

Threatened Ecological Communities [ Resource Information ]



For threatened ecological communities where the distribution is well known, maps are derived from recovery plans, State vegetation maps, remote sensing imagery and other sources. Where threatened ecological community distributions are less well known, existing vegetation maps and point location data are used to produce indicative distribution maps.


Name

Status Type of Presence

Alpine Sphagnum Bogs and Associated Fens Endangered Community likely to occur within area

White Box-Yellow Box-Blakely's Red Gum Grassy

Woodland and Derived Native Grassland

Critically Endangered Community may occur



within area




Threatened Species

[ Resource Information ]




Name Status Type of Presence

BIRDS

Anthochaera phrygia

Regent Honeyeater [82338] Endangered Species or species habitat may occur within area



Lathamus discolor

Swift Parrot [744] Endangered Species or species habitat may occur within area



Rostratula australis

Australian Painted Snipe [77037] Vulnerable Species or species habitat may occur within area

FISH


Maccullochella peelii

Murray Cod [66633] Vulnerable Species or species habitat may occur within area



Macquaria australasica

Macquarie Perch [66632] Endangered Species or species habitat may occur within area

FROGS

Litoria raniformis

Growling Grass Frog, Southern Bell Frog, Green and Golden Frog, Warty Swamp Frog [1828]



Litoria spenceri

Vulnerable Species or species habitat likely to occur within area



Spotted Tree Frog [25959] Endangered Species or species habitat likely to occur within area

MAMMALS


Dasyurus maculatus maculatus (SE mainland population)

Spot-tailed Quoll, Spotted-tail Quoll, Tiger Quoll

(southeastern mainland population) [75184]



Petrogale penicillata

Endangered Species or species habitat may occur within area



Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby [225] Vulnerable Species or species habitat may occur within area

Potorous longipes

Long-footed Potoroo [217] Endangered Species or species



Name Status Type of Presence habitat likely to occur

within area



Pseudomys fumeus

Konoom, Smoky Mouse [88] Endangered Species or species habitat known to occur within area

PLANTS


Caladenia cremna

Don's Spider Orchid [82403] Critically Endangered Species or species habitat may occur within area



Glycine latrobeana

Clover Glycine, Purple Clover [13910] Vulnerable Species or species habitat likely to occur within area



Prasophyllum morganii

Mignonette Leek-orchid, Cobungra Leek-orchid, Dense Leek-orchid [13804]




Migratory Species

* Species is listed under a different scientific name on the EPBC Act - Threatened S



[ Resource Information ]

ecies list.



Name Status Type of Presence

Migratory Marine Birds



Vulnerable Species or species habitat may occur within area

p

Apus pacificus

Fork-tailed Swift [678]






Species or species









habitat may occur within



Ardea alba




area

Great Egret, White Egret [59541]




Species or species







habitat may occur within



Ardea ibis




area

Cattle Egret [59542]




Species or species







habitat may occur within

Migratory Terrestrial Species






area

Haliaeetus leucogaster







White-bellied Sea-Eagle [943]




Species or species







habitat likely to occur



Hirundapus caudacutus




within area

White-throated Needletail [682]




Species or species







habitat may occur within



Merops ornatus




area

Rainbow Bee-eater [670]




Species or species







habitat may occur within



Myiagra cyanoleuca




area

Satin Flycatcher [612]




Breeding likely to occur







within area

Rhipidura rufifrons







Rufous Fantail [592]




Breeding may occur







within area

Xanthomyza phrygia







Regent Honeyeater [430]

Endangered*

Species or species







habitat may occur within

Migratory Wetlands Species






area

Ardea alba







Great Egret, White Egret [59541]




Species or species







habitat may occur within



Ardea ibis




area

Cattle Egret [59542]




Species or species







habitat may occur within



Gallinago hardwickii




area

Latham's Snipe, Japanese Snipe [863]




Species or species







habitat may occur within



Rostratula benghalensis (sensu lato)




area

Painted Snipe [889]

Vulnerable*

Species or species







habitat may occur within







area

Other Matters Protected by the EPBC Act




p

Apus pacificus

Fork-tailed Swift [678]






Species or species









habitat may occur within



Ardea alba




area

Great Egret, White Egret [59541]




Species or species







habitat may occur within



Ardea ibis




area

Cattle Egret [59542]




Species or species







habitat may occur within



Gallinago hardwickii




area

Latham's Snipe, Japanese Snipe [863]




Species or species







habitat may occur within



Haliaeetus leucogaster




area

White-bellied Sea-Eagle [943]




Species or species







habitat likely to occur



Hirundapus caudacutus




within area

White-throated Needletail [682]




Species or species







habitat may occur within



Lathamus discolor




area

Swift Parrot [744]

Endangered

Species or species







habitat may occur within



Merops ornatus




area

Rainbow Bee-eater [670]




Species or species







habitat may occur within



Myiagra cyanoleuca




area

Satin Flycatcher [612]




Breeding likely to occur







within area

Rhipidura rufifrons







Rufous Fantail [592]




Breeding may occur







within area

Rostratula benghalensis (sensu lato)







Painted Snipe [889]

Vulnerable*

Species or species







habitat may occur within







area



Extra Information
Places on the RNE [ Resource Information ]
Note that not all Indigenous sites may be listed.

Name


Natural
State
Status


State and Territory Reserves

[ Resource Information ]




Name State



Alpine National Park (proposed) VIC Victorian Alps VIC Wonnangatta - Moroka National Park (former) VIC

Indicative Place Registered Registered




Listed Marine Species

* Species is listed under a different scientific name on the EPBC Act - Threatened S



[ Resource Information ]

ecies list.



Name Status Type of Presence

Birds





Alpine




VIC

Dandongadale

(part in Alpine NP)

VIC

Dandongadale

(part in SF)

VIC

Razor - Viking




VIC

Yarrarabulla




VIC

Regional Forest Agreements [ Resource Information ]
Note that all areas with completed RFAs have been included.
Name State

North East Victoria RFA Victoria

Invasive Species [ Resource Information ]

Weeds reported here are the 20 species of national significance (WoNS), along with other introduced plants that are considered by the States and Territories to pose a particularly significant threat to biodiversity. The following feral animals are reported: Goat, Red Fox, Cat, Rabbit, Pig, Water Buffalo and Cane Toad. Maps from Landscape Health Project, National Land and Water Resouces Audit,
Name Status Type of Presence

Mammals


Capra hircus

Goat [2] Species or species habitat likely to occur within area



Felis catus

Cat, House Cat, Domestic Cat [19] Species or species habitat likely to occur within area



Oryctolagus cuniculus

Rabbit, European Rabbit [128] Species or species habitat likely to occur within area



Sus scrofa

Pig [6] Species or species habitat likely to occur within area



Vulpes vulpes

Red Fox, Fox [18] Species or species habitat likely to occur within area

Plants

Asparagus asparagoides

Bridal Creeper, Bridal Veil Creeper, Smilax, Florist's Smilax, Smilax Asparagus [22473]



Chrysanthemoides monilifera

Species or species habitat likely to occur within area



Bitou Bush, Boneseed [18983] Species or species habitat may occur within area

Lycium ferocissimum

African Boxthorn, Boxthorn [19235] Species or species habitat may occur within area



Nassella trichotoma

Serrated Tussock, Yass River Tussock, Yass

Tussock, Nassella Tussock (NZ) [18884]

Rubus fruticosus aggregate

Species or species habitat likely to occur within area



Blackberry, European Blackberry [68406] Species or species habitat likely to occur within area

Salix spp. except S.babylonica, S.x calodendron & S.x reichardtii

Willows except Weeping Willow, Pussy Willow and

Sterile Pussy Willow [68497]

Species or species habitat likely to occur within area


EPBC Act Referrals [ Resource Information ]



Further details about the referral or advice - including its current status if still active - are available in its PINK report; click on the title.

Referral

Title Reference

Referral Outcome

Assessment Status

Northern Victoria Irrigation Renewal Project (NVIRP)/Water management and use/Northern Victoria/VIC/The Northern Victoria Irrigation Renewal Project

2009/5123 CA

Active - Registered


MyEnvironment Inc/Natural resources management/Central and Eastern Highlands/VIC/Biodiversity Impacts Audit

2011/6191 Active - Registered



Coordinates

-36.96889 146.82639,-37.02639 146.84556,-37.06611 146.84861,-37.06417 146.75694,



-37.03056 146.75972,-37.02333 146.80361,-36.99 146.77778,-36.96889 146.82639


Caveat

The information presented in this report has been provided by a range of data sources as acknowledged at the end of the report.



This report is designed to assist in identifying the locations of places which may be relevant in determining obligations under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. It holds mapped locations of World Heritage and Register of National Estate properties, Wetlands of International Importance, Commonwealth and State/Territory reserves, listed threatened, migratory and marine species and listed threatened ecological communities. Mapping of Commonwealth land is not complete at this stage. Maps have been collated from a range of sources at various
Not all species listed under the EPBC Act have been mapped (see below) and therefore a report is a general guide only. Where available data supports mapping, the type of presence that can be determined from the data is indicated in general terms. People using this information in making a referral may need to consider the qualifications below and may need to seek and consider other
For threatened ecological communities where the distribution is well known, maps are derived from recovery plans, State vegetation maps, remote sensing imagery and other sources. Where threatened ecological community distributions are less well known, existing vegetation maps and point location data are used to produce indicative distribution maps.
For species where the distributions are well known, maps are digitised from sources such as recovery plans and detailed habitat studies. Where appropriate, core breeding, foraging and roosting areas are indicated under 'type of presence'. For species whose distributions are less well known, point locations are collated from government wildlife authorities, museums, and non-government organisations; bioclimatic distribution models are generated and these validated by experts. In some cases, the distribution maps are based solely on expert knowledge.
Only selected species covered by the following provisions of the EPBC Act have been mapped:

- migratory and

- marine

The following species and ecological communities have not been mapped and do not appear in reports produced from this database:

- threatened species listed as extinct or considered as vagrants

- some species and ecological communities that have only recently been listed

- some terrestrial species that overfly the Commonwealth marine area

- migratory species that are very widespread, vagrant, or only occur in small numbers

The following groups have been mapped, but may not cover the complete distribution of the species:

- non-threatened seabirds which have only been mapped for recorded breeding sites

- seals which have only been mapped for breeding sites near the Australian continent

Such breeding sites may be important for the protection of the Commonwealth Marine environment.


Acknowledgements

This database has been compiled from a range of data sources. The department acknowledges the following custodians who have contributed valuable data and advice:


-Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water, New South Wales

-Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victoria

-Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, Tasmania

-Department of Environment and Natural Resources, South Australia

-Parks and Wildlife Service NT, NT Dept of Natural Resources, Environment and the Arts

-Environmental and Resource Management, Queensland

-Department of Environment and Conservation, Western Australia

-Department of the Environment, Climate Change, Energy and Water

-Birds Australia

-Australian Bird and Bat Banding Scheme

-Australian National Wildlife Collection

-Natural history museums of Australia



-Museum Victoria

-Australian Museum

-SA Museum

-Queensland Museum

-Online Zoological Collections of Australian Museums

-Queensland Herbarium

-National Herbarium of NSW

-Royal Botanic Gardens and National Herbarium of Victoria

-Tasmanian Herbarium

-State Herbarium of South Australia

-Northern Territory Herbarium

-Western Australian Herbarium

-Australian National Herbarium, Atherton and Canberra

-University of New England

-Ocean Biogeographic Information System

-Australian Government, Department of Defence

-State Forests of NSW

-Other groups and individuals

The Department is extremely grateful to the many organisations and individuals who provided expert advice and information on numerous draft distributions.


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