Victorian North East Regional Forest Agreement

​​The North East Regional Forest Agreement (RFA) is one of five RFAs in Victoria. The Australian and Victorian governments signed the North East RFA on 23 August 1999, establishing the framework for the sustainable management of the forests in the North East RFA region.

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DocumentPagesFile size
North East RFA PDF 54135 KB
North East RFA DOC 54267 KB

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The North East Land Use Map (August 1999) PDF [3.5 MB, 1 page] identifies the extent of the comprehensive adequate and representative reserve system in the North East RFA region.

Victorian RFAs five-yearly reviews

It is a requirement of the North East RFA that its performance is reviewed every five years. The details of the North East RFA review process is outlined in the agreement.

The Victorian Government has reported on its five RFA collectively:

Historical Publications

Many historical publications informed the development of the North East RFA and continue to underpin the management of forests covered by the agreement.

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Comprehensive Regional Assessment:

Directions or Options Report:

Ecologically Sustainable Forest Management Report:

Environment Reports:

DocumentPagesFile size
Biodiversity Assessment Report (1998) PDF 128507 KB
Appendices A-H PDF 1352.0 MB
National Estate Identification and Assessment in the North East Region of Victoria (May 1999) PDF 127361 KB
National Estate Identification and Assessment in the North East Region of Victoria (May 1999) DOC 1271.0 MB
Map 1: Registered and Interim Listed National Estate Places PDF 1170 KB
Map 2: Social Value PDF 1153 KB
Map 3: Aesthetic Value PDF 1183 KB
Map 4: Historic Value PDF 1162 KB
Map 5: Natural Landscapes PDF 1143 KB
Map 6: Undisturbed Catchments PDF 1136 KB
Map 7: Wilderness Quality PDF 1261 KB
Map 8: Old Growth Forest PDF 1188 KB
Map 9: Endemic Flora PDF 1139 KB
Map 10: Limit of Range Flora PDF 1142 KB
Map 11: Disjunct Flora Populations PDF 1139 KB
Map 12: Relictual Ecological Vegetation Classes PDF 1144 KB
Map 13: Refugia from Climate Change PDF 1179 KB
Map 14: Areas Demonstrating Successional Stages PDF 1152 KB
Map 15: Remnant Vegetation PDF 1500 KB
Map 16: Areas of Modelled Species Richness PDF 1141 KB
Map 17: Rare Flora PDF 1145 KB
Map 18: Rare Ecological Vegetation Classes PDF 1149 KB
Map 19: Rare Old Growth Forest PDF 1135 KB
Map 20: Areas Demonstrating Principal Characteristics of EVC's PDF 1192 KB
Map 21: Endemic Fauna PDF 1135 KB
Map 22: Limit of Range Fauna PDF 1137 KB
Map 23: Disjunct Fauna Populations PDF 1137 KB
Map 24: Key Fauna Habitats PDF 1137 KB
Map 25: Fauna Refugia PDF 1150 KB
Map 26: Rare Fauna PDF 1153 KB
Map 27: Geology and Geomorphology PDF 1151 KB
Map 28: Natural History Sites PDF 1140 KB

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Factsheets:

Resource Reports:

DocumentPagesFile size
Mineral Assessment Report (1998) PDF 1691.8 MB
Tables 1a, 1b and 1c DOC 8160 KB
Figure 1: Land tenure and exploration licences GIF1322 KB
Figure 3: Mineral potential tract for slate belt gold deposits GIF1207 KB
Figure 4: Mineral potential tract for disseminated gold deposits GIF1343 KB
Figure 5: Mineral potential tract for alluvial gold deposits GIF1302 KB
Figure 6: Mineral potential tract for epithermal gold-silver deposits GIF1262 KB
Figure 7: Mineral potential tract for porphyry copper-gold deposits GIF1241 KB
Figure 8: Mineral potential tract for volcanic associated massive sulphide deposits GIF1241 KB
Figure 9: Mineral potential tract for tin vein deposits GIF1231 KB
Figure 10: Mineral potential tract for tin greisen deposits GIF1253 KB
Figure 11: Mineral potential tract for tungsten-molybdenum deposits GIF1235 KB
Figure 12: Mineral potential tract for tungsten skarn deposits GIF1230 KB
Figure 14: Mineral potential tract for sediment hosted copper and sandstone uranium deposits GIF1247 KB
Figure 15: Mineral potential tract for dimension stone deposits GIF1300 KB
Figure 16: Mineral potential tract for feldspar deposits GIF1300 KB
Figure 17: Mineral potential tract for limestone deposits GIF1249 KB
Figure 18: Mineral potential tract for kaolin deposits GIF1341 KB
Map 10.1: Geology GIF1497 KB
Map 10.2: Mineral occurrences, deposits, gold fields and structure GIF1218 KB
Map 10.3: Composite mineral potential GIF1220 KB
Map 10.4: Cumulative mineral potential GIF1488 KB

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Social Report:

DocumentPagesFile size
Social Assessment Report (1998) PDF 1245.0 MB

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Annual Reports:

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