Repealed - State Environmental Planning Policy (Koala Habitat Protection) 2019

This is a repealed State Environmental Planning Policy and has been superseded by the State Environmental Planning Policy (Koala Habitat Protection) 2020.

This dataset contains map data relevant to Site Investigation Area for Koala Plans of Management Map. The description and method for this layer is detailed below.

Site Investigation Area for Koala Plans of Management Map

This map identifies areas that are likely to have koala use trees, as well as environmental features such as soil type, topography and climate suitable for sustaining koalas. This map was developed from the Koala Habitat Information Base. The map does not show core koala habitat, and is only relevant as an investigation area, when councils resolve to prepare a Koala Plan of Management. Outside of this process, the map is not relevant and is not used.
The map only captures land in the LGAs listed in schedule 1 of the SEPP. The map also excludes the lands that the SEPP does not apply to, such as national parks and state forests. The Site Investigation Area Map is not publicly available. To access this map, please contact your local council or the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment.

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Metadata Summary What is metadata?

Field Value
Data Type Vector
Alternative Title Koala SEPP
Metadata Date 20/02/2020
Date Created 06/01/1995
Date Revised 20/02/2020
Date Published 01/03/2020
Edition 1
Purpose This Policy aims to encourage the conservation and management of areas of natural vegetation that provide habitat for koalas to support a permanent free-living population over their present range and reverse the current trend of koala population decline.
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Update Frequency Data is updated as deemed necessary

Dataset extent

Equivalent Scale 3000000
Geospatial Topic Planning Cadastre
Language English
Temporal Coverage From 20/12/2019
Datum GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)
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Attribution Department of Planning, Industry and Environment asserts the right to be attributed as author of the original material in the following manner: "© State Government of NSW and Department of Planning, Industry and Environment 2020"