Department of Fisheries Western Australia
The FHPA has been declared to protect and conserve an example of a near-shore reef community. In order to achieve this aim, and encourage the appreciation and conservation of fish, a number of management strategies have been identified which restrict recreational and commercial fishing. The FHPA is approximately 420 metres long and approximately 130 metres wide at the southern end and 140 metres wide at the northern end.
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Kalbarri - Western Australia, Fish Habitat Protection Area (Western Australia), Fishery management, Resource conservation, Community participation
Department of Fisheries. (2007), Plan of management for the Kalbarri blue holes fish habitat protection area. Department of Fisheries Western Australia, Perth. Report No. 188.
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