Collaborating and partnering

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


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