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Hazard reduction documents

The Canobolas Zone conducts a large amount of hazard reduction work across the Zone each year.

This hazard reduction work has been developed from the Canobolas Plan, which was developed following the Goobang Bushfire.

The objectives of the Canobolas Zone risk management plan are, in order of priority:

  1. Protection of life property and community assets from the adverse impacts of fire.
  2. Utilise ecological sustainable development principles in managing fire in the landscape.
  3. To incorporate analysis, evaluation and treatment of fire risk across the Canobolas Zone on a tenure blind basis based on community consultation and collaboration.

View the Canobolas Plan Conference paper 2004 

View a discussion of the Canobolas Plan between Canobolas Manager David Hoadley and the NSW Governor, Marie Bashir.


On the first of November 2012 the independent audit panel reviewed the Canobolas Bush Fire Management Plan. View the videos of the audit.


Hazard Reduction Results

See more results