Collaborating and partnering

The social and economic benefits of hunting will be maximised through collaboration and partnerships that promote safe, responsible and sustainable hunting.

Actions

2.1 Monitor social and economic benefits – by continuing a study to determine the contribution of hunting to the economy. Studies took place in 2013, 2019 and a further study will be undertaken in 2024.

2.2 Partner with the community to promote safe, responsible and sustainable hunting through a new grant program which will promote innovative new projects that align with the plan.

It is expected that the grant program will include opportunities for:

  • regional and tourism events
  • habitat restoration and conservation projects
  • education and research.

Further information about the grant program will be released in 2022.

2.3 Partner with Traditional Owners – by working with Traditional Owners to deliver the Traditional Owner Game Management Strategy that will build their participation in hunting, land management and conservation.

Page last updated: 7 December 2021