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Zoning Schemes

Zoning schemes provide a spatial differentiation of protected areas based on different objectives of management. In Western Australia, four different zones are widely applied in national parks: special conservation, wilderness, natural environment and recreation. Special conservation zones have high nature conservation values and may be closed to public use.Read more
Zoning schemes provide a spatial differentiation of protected areas based on different objectives of management. In Western Australia, four different zones are widely applied in national parks: special conservation, wilderness, natural environment and recreation. Special conservation zones have high nature conservation values and may be closed to public use. Recreation zones are generally limited in extent and accommodate a broad range of outdoor recreation opportunities and related facilities in ways that do not compromise natural and landscape values and are safe and convenient for visitors. Recreation is also facilitated in wilderness zones and natural environment zones but at much lower intensities and level of facilities. Reduce

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