East gippsland sites of biological significance




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ast Gippsland Planning Scheme


26/04/2013 C107
SCHEDULE 1 TO 94 TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OVERLAY

Shown on the planning scheme map as ESO1 to ESO94

EAST GIPPSLAND SITES OF BIOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE

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19/01/2006 VC37


.0 Statement of environmental significance

The overlay areas comprise components of Sites of Biological Significance containing specific values as listed in the table below and representing either: rare or threatened species; restricted, rare or threatened vegetation communities; vegetation which is important as a corridor; high species richness; or other unusual biological features.

The sites include suitable habitat for either the local population or the local occurrence of a species or community.

Reference: East Gippsland Sites of Biological Significance, Department of Natural Resources and Environment, 1997.

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.0 Environmental objective to be achieved

To ensure that development occurs so as not to adversely impact upon the environmental values of the site or any other value that may be identified within the overlay area.

To conserve and enhance the environmental sustainability and ecological integrity of these values.

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26/04/2013 C107

.0 Permit requirement

A permit is required in accordance with Clause 42.01-2. This does not apply:



  • For buildings, works or development undertaken on land not supporting the environmental values listed in the table below and as verified to the satisfaction of the responsible authority.

  • For alterations or extensions to existing buildings.

  • For construction of buildings ancillary to existing dwellings.

  • For agricultural activities such as ploughing, grazing and slashing of substantially cleared areas maintained for pasture or cropping.

  • For works associated with plantation development where such development is undertaken on land not supporting the environmental values listed in the table below and as verified to the satisfaction of the responsible authority.

  • For the removal, destruction or lopping of any vegetation deemed unsafe by a suitably qualified arborist and/or to the satisfaction of the responsible authority.

  • For the cutting of reasonable amounts of firewood and fencing timber for personal use by the owner or occupier of the land.

  • For the removal, destruction or lopping of the minimum extent of vegetation necessary for the establishment and maintenance of farm fences.

  • If the works are to be carried out by or on behalf of a public authority, government department or municipal council.

  • For activities conducted on public land by or on behalf of the Department of Sustainability and Environment under the relevant provisions of the Reference Areas Act 1978, the National Parks Act 1975, the Fisheries Act 1995, the Wildlife Act 1975, the Land Act 1958, the Crown Land (Reserves) Act 1978 or the Forests Act 1958.

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.0 Application requirements

All applications for buildings, works and development should demonstrate how, for each environmental value listed in the table below, any relevant management practices identified in 7.0 Decision Guidelines will be incorporated so as to avoid or minimise impact to the environmental values.

An application must also be accompanied by the following information, as appropriate:



  • Details of the works proposed to be undertaken.

  • Description of the purpose for which the removal of vegetation is to be undertaken.

  • Detailed scale map of the subject land indicating north and showing:

  • Property boundaries and dimensions.

  • Site of buildings and works and areas where removal of vegetation is to be undertaken, existing cleared areas, and areas to be retained as vegetation.

  • Type and condition of all vegetation present on the entire property, particularly that which is proposed to be removed or cleared.

  • All waterways, drainage lines and wetlands.

  • Adjacent roads and any unused road easements.

  • Any native fauna known to be present on or near the subject land.

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.0 Referral of applications

All applications for works and development must be referred to the Department of Sustainability and Environment for comment, unless in the opinion of the responsible authority the proposal satisfies any requirements or conditions previously agreed in writing between the responsible authority and the Department of Sustainability and Environment.

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.0 Exemption from notice and review

An application for development in association with uses in Section 1 of the Zone applying to the land is exempt from the notice requirements of Section 52(1)(a), (b) and (d), the decision requirements of Section 64(1), (2) and (3) and the appeal rights of Section 82(1) of the Act.

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.0 Decision guidelines

Before deciding on an application, in addition to the decision guidelines in Clause 42.01-4, the responsible authority should consider whether any works and development within an area of Environmental Significance pose a threat to the ecological sustainability of the environmental values listed for that area and whether such threats can be adequately managed through the adoption of any relevant management practices listed below:


  • Reduce or limit the extent of inappropriate clearing and harvesting of native vegetation.

  • Undertake revegetation with appropriate indigenous species to offset any loss of environmental values resulting from the works or development.

  • Fence areas of remnant native vegetation and revegetated areas so as to protect and limit further degradation to environmental values.

  • Develop a land management plan or works program encompassing a range of management practices implemented over a period of time.

  • Any relevant management practices as listed in the table below.



PS Map Ref

Site of Biological Significance Ref. No.

Site Name

Statement of Environmental Significance

Management Practices

ESO1

16A01002

TOSTAREE

Masked Owl (Tyto novaehollandiae)

Dwarf Flathead Gudgeon (Philypnodon Sp nov.)



Develop and encourage application of an appropriate fire regime.

Encourage control of introduced predators.



ESO2

16A01003

MYSTERY LAKE

Masked Owl (Tyto novaehollandiae)

Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua)

Common Spleenwort (Asplenium trichomanes)

Cluster-headed Mat-rush (Lomandra longifolia ssp.exilis)



Develop and encourage application of an appropriate fire regime.

Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

Encourage control of introduced predators.


ESO3

16A01005

MURRINDAL

Australian Grayling (Prototroctes maraena)

Broadfin Galaxias (Galaxias brevipinnis)

Spot-tailed Quoll (Dasyurus maculatus)

Common Bent-wing Bat (Miniopterus schreibersii)

Binung (Christella dentata)

Bluish Bulbine Lily (Bulbine glauca)

Broad Shield-fern (Polystichum formosum)

Chinese Brake (Pteris vittata)

Coast Pomaderris (Pomaderris oraria sp. oraria)

Coast Pomaderris (Pomaderris oraria)

Common Spleenwort (Asplenium trichomanes

Delicate New Holland Daisy (Vittadinia tenuissima)

Feathery Wheat-grass (Australopyrum retrofractum)

Hookers Tussock-grass (Poa hookeri)

Jointed Mistletoe (Korthalsella rubra)

Leafy Greenhood (Pterostylis cucullata)

Limestone Blue Wattle (Acacia caerulescens)

Limestone Pomaderris (Pomaderris oraria sp. calcicola)

Mountain Correa (Correa lawrenciana var. rosea)

Slender Tick-trefoil (Desmodium varians)

Montane Grasslands


Develop and encourage application of an appropriate fire regime.

Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

Encourage co-operative fox control programs which minimise risk to non-target species.

Design a road maintenance strategy which avoids damage to roadside vegetation.

Avoid slashing before plants have set seed.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.



ESO4

16A01006

BUTCHERS CREEK

River Blackfish (Gadopsis marmoratus

Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

ESO5

16A01007

GREEN HILLS

Austral Toadflax (Thesium australe)

Dwarf Milkwort (Polygala japonica)

Slender Tick-trefoil (Desmodium varians)

Marsh Leek-orchid (Prasophylllum rogersii)

Slaty Leek-orchid (Prasophyllum frenchii)

Montane Grassy Woodland

Herb-rich Forest

Montane Grassland



Develop and encourage application of an appropriate fire regime.

Encourage landholders to exclude stock from intact native vegetation through fencing.

Avoid cattle grazing before plants have set seed especially orchids and Austral Toad-flax.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.



ESO6

16A01008

GILLINGAL STATION

Large Brown Tree Frog (Litoria jervisiensis

Herb-rich Forest

Limestone Grassy Woodland


Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.



ESO7

16A01009

JACKSON CROSSING

Australian Bass (Macquaria novemaculeata

Striped Gudgeon (Gobiomorphus australis)

Feathery Wheat-grass (Australopyrum retrofractum


Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.



ESO8

16A01014

WULGULMERANG

Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby (Petrogale pencillata)

Mountain Dragon (Tympanocryptis diemensis)

Low Bush-pea (Pultenea subspicata)

Montane Grasslands



Encourage landholders to manage grazing regimes of stock by fencing vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.

Encourage co-operative fox control programs which minimise risk to non-target species.

Avoid slashing in key areas before plants have set seed.

Encourage application of an appropriate fire regime.


ESO9

16A01015

WILD DOG CREEK

Mountain Galaxias (Galaxias olidus)

Viscid Daisy-bush (Olearia viscosa)

Rare orchids


Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

ESO10

16A01017

W TREE CREEK

Broadfin Galaxias (Galaxias brevipinnis)

Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

ESO11

16A01020

BATTLE POINT

Sooty Owl (Tyto tenebricosa)

Wallaby Bush (Beyeria lasiocarpa)

Red Ironbark Forest

Riparian Scrub Complex

Yellow Box Woodlands


Encourage landholders to exclude stock by fencing vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.

Encourage application of an appropriate fire regime.


ESO12

16A01021

HOLSTONS

Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua)

Sooty Owl (Tyto tenebricosa)

Yellow Box Woodlands


Encourage landholders to exclude stock from vegetation remnants by fencing.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.

Encourage application of an appropriate fire regime.


ESO13

16A01023

TAMBO RIVER

Yellow Box Woodlands

Riparian Forest

Cox’s Gudgeon (Gobiomorphus coxii)


Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.

Encourage landholders to physically remove mistletoe in order to enhance life of affected tree.


ESO14

16A01025

MT HAMILTON

Brush-tailed Rock Wallaby (Petrogale pencillata)

Mountain Dragon (Tympanocryptis diemensis)

Spot-tailed Quoll (Dasyurus maculatus)

Antelope Greenhood (Pterostylis laxa)

Austral Moonwort (Botrychium australe)

Austral Toad-flax (Thesium australe)

Dwarf Milkwort (Polygala japonica)

Fisch’s Greenhood (Pterostylis fischii)

Hairy Anchor-plant (Discaria pubescens)

Hispid Helmet-orchid (Corybas hispidus)

Lanky Buttons (Leptorhynchos elongatus)

Long-tongue Summer Orchid (Pterostylis aestiva)

Low Bush-pea (Pultenaea subspicata)

Matted Parrot-pea (Dillwynia prostrata)

Red-hood (Pterostylis coccina

Rock Daisy (Brachyscome petrophila)

Smooth Tea-tree (Leptospermum glabrescens)

Montane Grasslands



Encourage landholders to exclude stock from vegetation remnants by fencing.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.

Encourage co-operative fox control programs which minimise risk to non-target species.

Encourage application of an appropriate fire regime.



ESO15

16A01026

SUGGAN BUGGAN

Spot-tailed Quoll (Dasyurus maculatus)

Blue Mountains Tree Frog (Litoria citropa)

Dwarf Zieria (Zieria cytisoides)

Hispid Helmet-orchid (Corybas hispidus)

Hoary Ray-flower (Cyphanthera albicans sp albicans)

Hoary Ray-flower (Cyphanthera albicans)

Mountain Dampiera (Dampiera purpurea)

Narrow-leaf Bent-grass (Deyeuxia pungens)

Thick-leaf Star-hair (Astrotricha linearis)

Rock Mallee (Eucalyptus saxatilis)

Shrubby Raspwort (Haloragodendron baeuerlenii)

Slender Myoporum (Myoporum floribundum)

White Box Woodlands (Eucalyptus albens)


Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.

Encourage co-operative fox control programs which minimise risk to non-target species.

Encourage application of an appropriate fire regime.

Avoid slashing before seed has set.

Design a road maintenance strategy which avoids damage to roadside vegetation.



ESO16

16A01027

TEAPOT CREEK

Glossy Grass Skink (Leiolopisma rawlinsoni)

Mountain Dragon (Tympanocryptis diemensis)

Alpine Water Skink (Eulamrus kosciuskoi)


Encourage landholders to exclude stock from vegetation remnants by fencing.

Encourage co-operative fox control programs which minimise risk to non-target species.

Encourage landholders to develop an appropriate fire regime.


ESO17

16A01028

BENAMBRA

Mountain Galaxias (Galaxias olidus)

Glossy Grass Skink (Leiolopisma rawlinsoni)

Open Marshwort (Nymphoides germinata)

Showy Willow-herb (Epilobium pallidiflorum)



Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.



ESO18

16A01029

LAKE OMEO

Austral Toad-flax (Thesium australe)

Hairy Anchor-plant (Discaria pubescens)

Spiny Pepper-cress (Lepidium aschersonii)

Montane Grassland



Ensure grazing of domestic stock and rabbits does not impact on biological assets.

Develop and apply an appropriate weed control program to protect biological assets.

Encourage and apply an appropriate fire regime to enhance biological assets.

Encourage adjacent landholders to assist in the management of these threats.

Encourage local Landcare groups to revegetate areas of the lake with indigenous flora and assist in the control of weeds and vermin.


ESO19

16A01030

MITTA MITTA RIVER

Macquarie Perch (Macquaria australasica)

Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

ESO20

16A01032

LITTLE MOUNT TAMBO

Lanky fescue (Austrofestuca eriopoda)

Showy Willow-herb (Epilobium pallidiflorum)



Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.

Encourage application of an appropriate fire regime.

Avoid slashing before seed has set.



ESO21

16A01033

LIMESTONE CREEK

Hairy Anchor-plant (Discaria pubescens)

Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.

Encourage application of an appropriate fire regime.


ESO22

16A01034

FLAGGY CREEK

Powerful Owl (Ninox strenua)

Sooty Owl (Tyto tenebricosa)

Warm Temperate Rainforest


Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.

Encourage co-operative fox control programs which minimise risk to non-target species.

Exclude fire from rainforest areas.

Design a road maintenance strategy which avoids damage to roadside vegetation.


ESO23

16A01035

LAKE TYERS HOUSE

Little Tern (Sterna albifrons)

Fairy Tern (Sterna nereis)

Martins Toadlet (Uperoleia martini)

Cluster-headed Mat-rush (Lomandra longifolia sp longifolia)

Migratory, nomadic and residential waterbirds and waders

Dry Rainforest



Encourage landholders to exclude stock from vegetation remnants by fencing.

Develop and encourage an appropriate weed control program.

Control and monitor rabbit densities on Marl Island.

Encourage co-operative fox control programs which minimise risk to non-target species.

Encourage application of appropriate fire regime.

Design a road maintenance strategy which avoids damage to roadside vegetation.



ESO24

16A01037

BULLOCK CREEK

Montane Grasslands

Application of an appropriate fire regime.

Design a road maintenance strategy which avoids damage to roadside vegetation.

Prevent stock from grazing this area.


ESO25

16A01038

MCKILLOPS RD

Montane Grasslands

Application of an appropriate fire regime.

Design a road maintenance strategy which avoids damage to roadside vegetation.

Prevent stock from grazing this area.


ESO26

16A01039

WULGULMERANG

Montane Grasslands

Application of appropriate fire regime.

Design a road maintenance strategy which avoids damage to roadside vegetation.

Prevent stock from grazing this area.


ESO27

16A01041

SNOWY RIVER

Hookers Tussock-grass (Poa hookeri)

River Beard-heath (Leucopogon riparius)



Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.



ESO28

16A01042

BRUCE RD

Austral Moonwort (Botrychium australe)

Develop and apply an appropriate weed control program.

Design a road maintenance strategy which avoids damage to roadside vegetation.



ESO29

16A01103

SANDFORDS

White-bellied Sea-eagle (Haliaeetus leucogaster)

Avoid inappropriate sub-divisions, developments or disturbance which could come within 500m of nest site.

Location of White-bellied Sea-eagle nests are to remain confidential.



ESO30

16A01104

NICHOLSON RIVER

Australian Bass (Macquaria novemaculeata

Wildlife Corridor



Encourage landholders to exclude stock by fencing vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.

Encourage co-operative fox control programs which minimise risk to non-target species.

Encourage application of appropriate fire regime.

Design a road maintenance strategy which avoids damage to roadside vegetation.

Encourage revegetation linking Bosses Swamp along railway line to Sandfords Lane.

Encourage parallel plantings on freehold land to widen vegetation corridor.


ESO31

16A01110

NICHOLSON CORRIDOR

Wildlife corridor

Encourage landholders to fence vegetation remnants.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.

Encourage co-operative fox control programs which minimise risk to non-target species.

Encourage application of appropriate fire regime.

Design a road maintenance strategy which avoids damage to roadside vegetation.

Encourage parallel plantings on freehold land to widen vegetation corridor.

Encourage revegetation linking the western end of Howletts Road to the Nicholson River.


ESO32

16A01113

MARRIAGE LANE

Dwarf Milkwort (Polygala japonica)

Purple Diuris (Diuris punctata)

Gippsland Plains Grassland


Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program by adjoining landholders.

Encourage application of appropriate fire regime and fire protection techniques.

Design a maintenance strategy which avoids damage to railway reserve vegetation.

Ensure areas are not grazed by stock.



ESO33

16A01114

HILLSIDE

Purple Diuris (Diuris punctata)

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program by adjoining landholders.

Encourage application of appropriate fire regime and fire protection techniques.

Design a maintenance strategy which avoids damage to railway reserve vegetation.

Ensure area is not grazed by stock.



ESO34

16A01115

HILLSIDE

Purple Diuris (Diuris punctata)

Encourage application of appropriate fire regime and fire protection techniques.

Design a maintenance strategy which avoids damage to railway reserve vegetation.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program by adjoining landholders.

Ensure area is not grazed by stock.



ESO35

16A01117

HILLSIDE

Purple Diuris (Diuris punctata)

Encourage application of appropriate fire regime and fire protection techniques.

Design a maintenance strategy which avoids damage to railway reserve vegetation.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program by adjoining landholders.

Ensure area is not grazed by stock.



ESO36

16A01119

MT LOOKOUT

Streaked Rock Orchid (Dendrobium striolatum)

Coast Grey Box (Eucalyptus bosistoana)

Red Ironbark Forest (Eucalyptus tricarpa)

Warm Temperate Rainforest



Encourage landholders to exclude stock from vegetation remnants by fencing.

Develop and encourage application of an appropriate weed control program.

Exclude fire from rainforest areas.

Encourage firewood collection from less sensitive areas.



ESO37

16A01120

PROSPECT CREEK

Australian Grayling (Prototroctes maraena)

River Blackfish (Gadopsis marmoratus)



Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

ESO38

16A01121

MITCHELL RIVER

Australian Bass (Macquaria novemaculeata)

Australian Grayling (Prototroctes maraena)

Broadfin Galaxias (Galaxias brevipinnis)


Encourage landholders to exclude stock from streamsides and to fence vegetation remnants.

Encourage revegetation of riparian areas including parallel plantings on freehold land.


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