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Review of Queensland’s stock route management regulation and strategy

The Stock Route Management Regulation 2003 (regulation) expires in August 2019. Prior to making a new regulation, we are reviewing the old provisions to ensure that they are still required, efficient and effective.

The review focuses on three key management issues dealt with in the regulation: declaring stock routes, stock route network management plans and fees.

The Queensland Stock Route Management Strategy 2014-2019 (strategy) will also expire this year. The effectiveness of the stock route strategy must be reviewed six months prior to its expiry. Key elements of the strategy included in the review are:

  • managing multiple uses that may have competing or conflicting interests
  • managing natural resources
  • improving travelling stock facilities.

The Queensland Government has released a consultation paper on the stock route regulation and strategy and is inviting stakeholders and the public to have their say.

Have your say
You can provide feedback on the consultation by:

  • completing the online survey
    or
  • completing the questions in the consultation paper. These can be submitted by either:
    email:  lpconsult@dnrme.qld.gov.au
    mail to:
    Chief Executive
    Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy
    PO Box 15216, Brisbane Qld 4001

Submissions close at 5pm, Friday 3 May 2019.

Answer an online survey

  • Stock Route Consultation

    Please read the stock route consultation paper before completing the following 10 question survey.

Comment now

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Submit your response now. Closes 3 May 2019, 05.00pm.

Last updated
 5 April 2019

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