The Bold Park Management Plan 2016 - 2021 was approved by the Hon Albert Jacob, Minister for Environment and Heritage in September 2016.
The Management Plan has been prepared with significant consultation from key stakeholders, including government, private organisations and the general community. In addition to a survey and public workshop, the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority sought public comment on the Draft Bold Park Management Plan 2016 - 2021 between 15 January and 18 March 2016.
The plan builds on previous documents and achievements to identify priorities for Bold Park for the 2016 - 2021 period including:
Development of a long-term vision and a 100 year framework plan for the Bold Park bushland, including measurable biodiversity targets.
Ongoing ecological restoration of disturbed bushland in priority sites to aid their recovery and conserve native biodiversity.
Provision of support and encouragement for community volunteer involvement in Bold Park.
Conservation and enhancement of Bold Park, consistent with the BGPA Act, to ensure the long-term conservation of its significant native biodiversity values.
Progression of a fire ecology research program to assess the best methods of bushfire risk management and conservation of natural environments on the Swan Coastal Plain.
Improved emergency access and visitor safety with revised access and carparking off Rochdale Road.
Continuation of horse riding opportunities with managed access on a reduced Bridle Trail, with use monitored for further feasibility assessment in the next plan period.
Bold Park Management Plan
You can view or download an online version of the plan or obtain a hard copy by contacting the Customer Service Officer.
Audit of Public Submissions
Thank you to all those who made a formal submission. An extract of the Audit of Public Submissions: Draft Bold Park Management Plan 2016 – 2021 (minus appendices) can be downloaded below and provides an overview of the process used to ensure appropriate public consultation during the development of the plan. It clarifies the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority’s position on matters that were raised and ensures transparency of comments made from members of the public through the consultation process.
Full hard copy versions of the audit are available on request from the Customer Service Officer.