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National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 No 80
Current version for 26 October 2018 to date (accessed 18 November 2019 at 16:59)
Function of Karst Management Advisory Committee
The function of the Karst Management Advisory Committee is to advise the Council on the following matters:the conservation and management of karst environments on lands reserved, or acquired for reservation, under this Act (including matters relating to planning and policy),any plan of management for land reserved under this Act that the Council considers contains significant karst environments, being a plan that the Council has referred to the Committee for its consideration and advice,such other matters as are referred to the Committee by the Council, being matters relating to the administration of this Act with respect to karst environments,the development, implementation and review of policies directed towards achieving the objects of this Act in relation to karst environments,priorities for research relating to the management and conservation of karst environments across the State,opportunities for sustainable visitor or tourist use and enjoyment of karst conservation reserves compatible with the reserves’ natural and cultural values,opportunities for sustainable use (including adaptive reuse) of any buildings or structures on, or modified natural areas of, karst conservation reserves having regard to the conservation of the reserves’ natural and cultural values,opportunities to secure funding in relation to the management and conservation of karst environments,the protection of karst environments across the State,assisting, supporting and promoting Government initiatives in relation to karst conservation.