Draft EPBC Act referral guidelines for four threatened Tasmanian burrowing crayfish
EPBC Act Policy Statement
- Draft referral guidelines for four threatened Tasmanian burrowing crayfish (PDF - 952.56 KB)
- Draft referral guidelines for four threatened Tasmanian burrowing crayfish (DOC - 692 KB)
- Map 1: Modelled distribution of the Mount Arthur burrowing crayfish (Engaeus orramakunna) (PDF - 224.11 KB)
- Map 2: Modelled distribution of the Scottsdale burrowing crayfish (Engaeus spinicaudatus) (PDF - 214.87 KB)
- Map 3: Modelled distribution of the central north burrowing crayfish (Engaeus granulatus) (PDF - 190.69 KB)
- Map 4: Modelled distribution of the central north burrowing crayfish (Engaeus granulatus) (PDF - 243.84 KB)
About these draft referral guidelines
These guidelines apply to four species of Tasmanian burrowing crayfish listed as threatened under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act). Threatened species are a matter of national environmental significance.
These referral guidelines are intended to provide guidance to proponents on the need to refer an action to which the EPBC Act applies. They should be read in conjunction with Significant impact guidelines 1.1 - matters of national environmental significance.
There may be other EPBC Act policy statements which provide further guidance.
About the public comment process
The public comment period for these guidelines has now closed. If you have any new research or information on the species which can contribute to future policy revisions, or if you have any questions on the guidelines, please contact Species Information Section at:
Mail: Species Information Section
Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities
GPO Box 787
Canberra ACT 2601
Fax: 02 6274 2875