EOI Koala Management Advisory Committee

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EOI Koala Management Advisory Committee

The Koala Management Advisory Committee (KMAC) provides strategic advice to Council in relation to the review and implementation of the Coffs Harbour Koala Plan of Management.

The review and implementation of the Koala Plan of Management requires consideration of multiple complex issues for which there will be differing perspectives across agencies and the community. The Koala Management Advisory Committee is being established, and to assist in the plans review and implementation, expressions of interest are invited for 1 landowner representative and 1 conservation group representative.

The Terms of Reference provides greater detail on the scope and role of the Committee.

Nominees should complete the Committee Membership Application Form and submit to Council via email.

Appointment will be made by Council for a period of two years and selection will be based on merit relative to demonstrated experience and knowledge.

Applications close 1 August 2018.

For enquiries please contact Sally Whitelaw on 02 6648 4673 or email