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National park co-management boards and committees

Co-management boards 

A co-management board replaces the Director of National Parks and Wildlife as the management authority for a park. There are currently eight co-management boards including:

Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park Co-management Board

Established in 2011 with the Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association.
 
Parks include: 
The Board also has an advisory role in the management of the Bimbowrie, Yalpara, Ediacara and Black Rock Conservation Parks.

Kaṉku-Breakaways Conservation Park Co-management Board

Established in 2013 with the Antakirinja Matu-Yankunytjatjara Aboriginal Corporation.  
 
Parks include:

Lake Gairdner National Park Co-management Board

Established in 2011 with the Gawler Ranges Aboriginal Corporation.
 
Parks include: 
  • Lake Gairdner National Park

Mamungari Conservation Park Co-management Board

Established in 2004 with the Maralinga Tjarutja, and Pila Nguru Aboriginal Corporations.  
 
Parks include:

Ngaut Ngaut Conservation Park Co-management Board

Established in 2014 with Mannum Aboriginal Community Association Incorporated.  
 
Parks include:

Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park Co-management Board

Established in 2005 with the Adnyamathanha Traditional Lands Association. 
 
Parks include:

Witjira National Park Co-management Board

Established in 2007 with the Irrwanyere Aboriginal Corporation.
 
Parks include:

Yumbarra Conservation Park Co-management Board

Established in 2013 with the Far West Coast Aboriginal Corporation.  
 
Parks include:
The Board also has an advisory role in the management of Yellabinna Wilderness Protection Area and Regional Reserve, and Boondina, Pureba, Wahgunyah, Fowlers Bay, Chadinga, Point Bell, Wittelbee, Laura Bay, and Acraman Creek Conservation Parks. 

Co-management advisory committees

A co-management advisory committee advises the Director of National Parks and Wildlife as the management authority for a park. There are currently four advisory committees including:

Arabana Parks Advisory Committee

Established in 2012 with the Arabana Aboriginal Corporation.
 
Parks include:

Gawler Ranges National Park Advisory Committee

Established in 2011 with the Gawler Ranges Aboriginal Corporation.  
 
Parks include:

Nullarbor Wilderness Protection Area Co-management Advisory Committee

Established in 2015 with the Far West Coast Aboriginal Corporation.  
 
Parks include:

Yandruwandha Yawarrawarrka Parks Advisory Committee

Established in 2010 with the Yandruwandha Yawarrawarrka Traditional Land Owners Aboriginal Corporation.
 
Parks include:
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