Vegetation Management (Regional Ecosystems) Amendment Regulation 2018


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1Short title

This regulation may be cited as the Vegetation Management (Regional Ecosystems) Amendment Regulation 2018.

2Regulation amended

This regulation amends the Vegetation Management Regulation 2012 .

3Amendment of sch 1 (Endangered regional ecosystems)

(1)Schedule 1, part 1—
insert—

Acacia cambagei woodland on Cainozoic clay plains

11.4.6

(2)Schedule 1, parts 2, 5 and 6—
omit.
(3)Schedule 1, part 8, entries for regional ecosystem numbers 13.3.1 and 13.3.2—
omit.
(4)Schedule 1, part 9—
insert—

Complex notophyll to microphyll vine forest on alluvial plains

12.3.16

Melaleuca irbyana low open forest on alluvial plains

12.3.18

Eucalyptus moluccana and/or Eucalyptus tereticornis and E. crebra open forest to woodland, with a sparse to mid-dense understorey of Melaleuca irbyana on alluvial plains

12.3.19

Melaleuca quinquenervia, Casuarina glauca± Eucalyptus tereticornis, E. siderophloia open forest on low coastal alluvial plains

12.3.20

Complex microphyll vine forest on alluvial plains

12.3.21

Corymbia citriodora subsp. variegata and/or E. moluccana, E. tereticornis, E. crebra open forest with Melaleuca irbyana understorey on sedimentary rocks

12.9-10.27

Angophora leiocarpa, Eucalyptus interstans± Corymbia intermedia, E. tereticornis woodland on sedimentary rocks

12.9-10.28

Eucalyptus racemosa subsp. racemosa and/or E. seeana and Corymbia intermedia woodland on metamorphics± interbedded volcanics

12.11.27

(5)Schedule 1, parts 3 to 10—
renumber as schedule 1, parts 2 to 7.

4Amendment of sch 2 (Of concern regional ecosystems)

(1)Schedule 2, part 1, entry for regional ecosystem number 11.4.6—
omit.
(2)Schedule 2, part 1—
insert—

Semi-deciduous notophyll to mesophyll vine forest, fringing or in the vicinity of watercourses, on lowlands (subregion 1)

11.3.40

(3)Schedule 2, part 2, entries for regional ecosystem numbers 3.2.17, 3.2.19, 3.2.25, 3.3.3, 3.3.7, 3.3.54, 3.3.66, 3.5.5, 3.5.13, 3.5.17, 3.5.23, 3.5.30, 3.5.31, 3.10.3, 3.10.8, 3.10.17, 3.11.1, 3.11.14, 3.11.16, 3.12.1, 3.12.5, 3.12.7, 3.12.24, 3.12.25, 3.12.27, 3.12.29 and 3.12.31—
omit.
(4)Schedule 2, part 2—
insert—

Melaleuca viridiflora and Neofabricia myrtifolia woodland on beach ridges

3.2.15

Melaleuca arcana and Thryptomene oligandra open heath in swampy areas on sand plains

3.2.20

Melaleuca viridiflora and Asteromyrtus symphyocarpa low woodland on colluvial plains

3.5.15

Eucalyptus leptophleba woodland on plains

3.5.25

Eucalyptus platyphylla ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland to open forest on flat wet plains

3.5.26

Melaleuca citrolens ± M. foliolosa ± M. viridiflora low open woodland on plains

3.5.27

Themeda triandra and Heteropogon contortus closed tussock grasslands on erosional plains

3.5.29

Corymbia nesophila open forest on sand rises in the Torres Strait Islands

3.5.34

Asteromyrtus brassii ± Melaleuca saligna tall shrubland on residual sand plains

3.5.43

Corymbia stockeri subsp. peninsularis and Eucalyptus tetrodonta woodland on ironstone knolls and erosional surfaces

3.7.5

Deciduous vine thicket on karst outcrops

3.11.20

Deciduous vine thicket on metamorphic slopes

3.11.21

Corymbia tessellaris ± Welchiodendron longivalve ± Eucalyptus cullenii open forest on footslopes of granite hills

3.12.9

Eucalyptus crebra ± Corymbia hylandii low woodland to low open forest on skeletal soils in gullies and on foothills of granite hills

3.12.39

Welchiodendron longivalve, Acacia brassii low woodland on igneous hills

3.12.43

Melaleuca citrolens low open woodland on low granite hills and rolling rises

3.12.44

Melaleuca stenostachya shrubland on exposed igneous headlands and hills

3.12.46

Heteropogon triticeus or Themeda triandra or Schizachyrium fragile tussock grassland on rocky igneous coastal headlands and islands

3.12.48

(5)Schedule 2, part 4, entry for regional ecosystem number 5.6.3—
omit.
(6)Schedule 2, part 6, entry for regional ecosystem number 9.12.31—
omit.
(7)Schedule 2, part 7, entries for regional ecosystem numbers 2.3.8, 2.3.12, 2.3.35, 2.3.38 and 2.5.7—
omit.
(8)Schedule 2, part 7—
insert—

Tidal lagoons on coastal mud flats

2.1.5

Chrysopogon elongatus, Eriachne spp., Perotis rara and Aristida holathera in mixed tussock grasslands on coastal dunes

2.2.4

Melaleuca dealbata woodland in swales associated with coastal dunes

2.2.5

Mixed sedgelands or tussock grasslands in closed depressions in the swales of coastal dunes

2.2.6

Lysiphyllum cunninghamii woodland on plains of calcareous clays

2.3.5

Eucalyptus camaldulensis, Terminalia platyphylla, Corymbia bella and E. microtheca in mixed woodlands fringing minor watercourses in Cretaceous mudstone landscapes

2.3.6

Eucalyptus microtheca woodland to low open woodland with Sarga spp. in seasonally flooded depressions on gleyed podsolics

2.3.15

Eucalyptus leucophylla and Corymbia terminalis woodland in depressions on podsolic soils

2.3.27

Seasonal swamps. Mixed grassland and sedgelands in closed depressions with Eucalyptus camaldulensis fringes on plateau surfaces

2.3.38

Springs on recent alluvium

2.3.39

Sporobolus mitchellii ± Cyperus bifax, Astrebla elymoides, Chenopodium auricomum tussock grassland on seasonally inundated alluvial plains and drainage depressions

2.3.43

Vachellia ditricha low open woodland on active Quaternary alluvial plains of the Mitchell River delta

2.3.47

Shallow, seasonal hypersaline lakes with a fringe of Eucalyptus camaldulensis on Mesozoic sandstone plateaus

2.3.48

Seasonal swamps. Mixed herblands and/or low shrublands with a fringe of Eucalyptus microtheca in closed depressions on silty, active Quaternary alluvial plains in the west of the bioregion

2.3.49

Evergreen notophyll vine forest on fringes and levees of major watercourses

2.3.53

Panicum trachyrhachis closed tussock grassland in shallow depressions on old alluvial plains (recent Pleistocene surface)

2.3.57

Eriachne glauca var. glauca, Oryza australiensis and Eulalia aurea tussock grassland in shallow alluvial depressions in the Doomadgee Plains subregion

2.3.58

Eucalyptus camaldulensis ± Corymbia polycarpa, Melaleuca viridiflora woodland on abandoned stream channels and upper drainage areas in lateritic landscapes

2.3.62

Eucalyptus melanophloia open woodland on infrequently flooded Quaternary alluvial plains

2.3.64

Neofabricia mjoebergii ± Melaleuca spp., Asteromyrtus symphyocarpa low open woodland on abandoned levees on Quaternary deposits (recent Pleistocene surface)

2.3.65

Dinebra neesii, Panicum trachyrhachis, Dichanthium sericeum and Oryza spp. in mixed tussock grasslands in shallow depressions on Tertiary clay plains

2.3.67

Eucalyptus platyphylla, E. brassiana, Corymbia polycarpa and E. leptophleba in mixed open forests on active Quaternary alluvial plains in sandstone landscapes in the north-east

2.3.68

Atalaya hemiglauca and Ventilago viminalis low open woodland on plains on red and brown earths

2.5.2

Semi-evergreen vine thicket on sandy, Tertiary remnants overlying lateritised Cretaceous mudstones

2.5.21

Acacia torulosa, Corymbia setosa and A. platycarpa in mixed tall shrublands on degraded residuals of inland sand dunes

2.5.27

Acacia shirleyi ± Eucalyptus spp., Corymbia spp. woodland on Tertiary sand sheets

2.5.29

Corymbia polycarpa and/or C. bella ± Lysiphyllum cunninghamii, C. curtipes woodland on abandoned levees on Tertiary clay plains

2.5.40

Eucalyptus cullenii ± Corymbia confertiflora, E. chlorophylla, Erythrophleum chlorostachys woodland on Tertiary sand sheets overlying Cretaceous mudstones

2.5.41

Eucalyptus spp., Corymbia citriodora and E. acmenoides open forest on high plateaus on earths and sands

2.10.3

Melaleuca spp. low open woodland on ledges on skeletal soils

2.10.6

Eucalypt woodland and deciduous woodland on hills on granitic rocks

2.12.1

(9)Schedule 2, part 8, entry for regional ecosystem number 4.9.11—
omit.
(10)Schedule 2, part 8—
insert—

Eragrostis setifolia and Marsilea drummondii ± Chenopodium auricomum open grassland in drainage depressions

4.3.13

Springs on recent alluvia and fine-grained sedimentary rock

4.3.22

(11)Schedule 2, part 9—
insert—

Eucalyptus populnea, Acacia aneura and/or E. melanophloia woodland on Quaternary sediments

6.5.2

(12)Schedule 2, part 10—
insert—

Eucalyptus blakelyi woodland on alluvial plains

13.3.1

Eucalyptus nova-anglica open forest on alluvial plains

13.3.2

Eucalyptus youmanii, E. dealbata, E. caleyi, Callitris endlicheri woodland on metamorphics

13.11.1

Eucalyptus prava, Acacia blakei, A. neriifolia open woodland to shrubland on rock pavements on metamorphics

13.11.9

Semi-evergreen vine thicket, Angophora floribunda woodland on igneous rocks

13.12.11

(13)Schedule 2, part 11, entries for regional ecosystem numbers 1.3.3, 1.5.1, 1.5.2, 1.9.2 and 1.9.3—
omit.
(14)Schedule 2, part 11—
insert—

Mixed tussock grassland on shallow alluvium

1.3.10

Terminalia bursarina open woodland on recent levees

1.3.12

Mixed shrubland on older sandy alluvium

1.5.10

Triodia longiceps hummock grassland on older alluvium

1.5.12

Corymbia capricornia low open woodland on red sands around low metamorphic hills

1.5.18

Mixed forbland with Acacia stipuligera on linear sand dunes and associated sandplains

1.6.1

Triodia pungens hummock grassland on ferricrete and on silcrete

1.7.3

Triodia brizoides and/or T. molesta hummock grassland on ferricrete and on silcrete

1.7.4

Acacia cambagei low woodland on clays developed on Cambrian limestones

1.9.9

Sink holes with low open forest of Celtis strychnoides and Ficus spp.

1.9.10

Triodia pungens hummock grassland on Cambrian limestones

1.9.12

Eucalyptus miniata woodland on sandstone plateaus

1.10.2

Acacia spp. and/or Calytrix exstipulata open shrubland on rock pavement

1.10.9

Acacia cambagei low woodland on metamorphic hills

1.11.7

Eucalyptus odontocarpa open shrubland on siliceous metamorphics

1.11.9

Grassland on clays derived from metamorphic rocks

1.11.13

Acacia cambagei on clay soils derived from metamorphic rocks

1.11.14

Acacia cambagei woodland on igneous hills

1.12.4

Mixed tussock grassland on basic igneous rocks

1.12.5

Hummock grassland on basic igneous rocks

1.12.6

(15)Schedule 2, part 12—
insert—

Mallee Eucalyptus planchoniana ± Corymbia gummifera, E. racemosa subsp. racemosa, Banksia aemula woodland on dunes and sand plains, especially southern sand mass islands. Usually deeply leached soils

12.2.10

Closed heath on seasonally waterlogged sand plains

12.2.12

Simple notophyll fringing forest usually dominated by Waterhousea floribunda

12.3.17

Eucalyptus decorticans ± Corymbia trachyphloia subsp. trachyphloia woodland on quartzose sandstone

12.9-10.25

Eucalyptus baileyana and/or E. planchoniana and/or E. psammitica woodland to open forest on quartzose sandstone

12.9-10.26

Eucalyptus cloeziana ± E. propinqua, E. acmenoides, E. microcorys and E. grandis tall open forest on sedimentary rocks

12.9-10.29

Corymbia henryi and/or Eucalyptus fibrosa subsp. fibrosa ± E. crebra, E. carnea, E. tindaliae woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.25

Eucalyptus baileyana and/or E. planchoniana woodland to open forest on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.26

Eucalyptus helidonica, Angophora woodsiana, Corymbia gummifera woodland with a heathy shrub layer dominated by Leptospermum polygalifolium, Xanthorrhoea johnsonii and Banksia spinulosa var. collina on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.28

5Amendment of sch 3 (Least concern regional ecosystems)

(1)Schedule 3, part 2, entries for regional ecosystem numbers 3.2.15, 3.2.20, 3.3.2, 3.3.26, 3.5.1, 3.5.2, 3.5.7, 3.5.8, 3.5.10, 3.5.11, 3.5.12, 3.5.14, 3.5.15, 3.5.16, 3.5.18, 3.5.22, 3.5.25, 3.5.26, 3.5.27, 3.5.28, 3.5.29, 3.7.5, 3.9.1, 3.9.3, 3.10.11, 3.10.12, 3.10.13, 3.10.18, 3.12.9, 3.12.12, 3.12.13, 3.12.14, 3.12.15, 3.12.16, 3.12.17, 3.12.19 and 3.12.26—
omit.
(2)Schedule 3, part 2—
insert—

Leucopogon yorkensis open scrub on dunefields

3.2.17

Sparse herbland of mixed herbaceous species on foredunes and beach ridges

3.2.25

Open heath to shrubland of Asteromyrtus lysicephala along creeks on plateaus

3.3.54

Sarga plumosum closed tussock grassland on erosional plains

3.3.59

Permanent lakes and lagoons, frequently with fringing woodlands or sedgelands

3.3.66

Corymbia novoguinensis ± C. tessellaris woodland on sand plains on northern Cape York Peninsula

3.5.5

Simple evergreen notophyll vine forest on sand plains

3.5.33

Eucalyptus tetrodonta and Corymbia nesophila woodland with heathy understory on sand plains

3.5.35

Eucalyptus tetrodonta and Corymbia nesophila woodland on undulating plains and remnant plateaus

3.5.36

Eucalyptus tetrodonta ± Corymbia stockeri woodland to tall open forest on erosional plains and remnant plateaus

3.5.37

Eucalyptus tetrodonta ± E. cullenii, Corymbia stockeri and Melaleuca spp. woodland on remnant surfaces

3.5.38

Eucalyptus tetrodonta ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland on sand plains

3.5.39

Melaleuca stenostachya ± Eucalyptus chlorophylla woodland ± M. viridiflora shrub layer on outwash plains

3.5.40

Melaleuca viridiflora ± Corymbia clarksoniana woodland to low open woodland on plains

3.5.41

Asteromyrtus brassii and/or Neofabricia myrtifolia low open forest to woodland on sand plains

3.5.42

Semi-deciduous mesophyll vine forest on coastal ranges

3.11.1

Eucalyptus brassiana and Corymbia clarksoniana open forest on granite ranges

3.12.7

Corymbia nesophila ± Eucalyptus tetrodonta woodlands on igneous hills and rises

3.12.40

Eucalyptus tetrodonta woodland ± heath species on granite hills and rises

3.12.41

Eucalyptus tetrodonta woodland on low to undulating granite hills

3.12.42

Melaleuca viridiflora low woodland to low open woodland on steep igneous hills and footslopes

3.12.45

Mixed heath species tall shrubland to dwarf shrubland on igneous hills

3.12.47

(3)Schedule 3, part 4, entries for regional ecosystem numbers 5.7.7 and 5.7.11—
omit.
(4)Schedule 3, part 4—
insert—

Acacia calcicola ± A. aneura tall shrubland between sand dunes

5.6.3

Triodia longiceps ± Triodia spp. hummock grassland on talus slopes of dissected tablelands and residuals

5.7.15

(5)Schedule 3, part 6—
insert—

Eucalyptus leptophleba, Corymbia clarksoniana and E. crebra ± C. dallachiana woodland on igneous rocks

9.12.31

(6)Schedule 3, part 7, entries for regional ecosystem numbers 2.1.1, 2.2.2, 2.3.5, 2.3.6, 2.3.15, 2.3.23, 2.3.25, 2.3.27, 2.3.31, 2.5.2, 2.5.13, 2.5.15, 2.5.16, 2.8.1, 2.9.5, 2.10.3, 2.10.6, 2.10.7 and 2.12.1—
omit.
(7)Schedule 3, part 7—
insert—

Semi-deciduous microphyll vine thicket on coastal dunes

2.2.3

Corymbia bella ± C. polycarpa, C. confertiflora, Grevillea striata, Pandanus sp. woodland on coastal dunes

2.2.7

Eucalyptus microtheca and/or Excoecaria parvifolia open woodland on seasonally flooded plains/depressions with numerous distributary channels

2.3.12

Eucalyptus microtheca and/or E. microneura and/or Lysiphyllum spp. open woodland on active Quaternary alluvial plains

2.3.40

Aristida dominii, Chloris sp., Eriachne spp. ± Eragrostis basedowii, Iseilema sp. tussock grassland on active Quaternary alluvial plains of major watercourses

2.3.41

Eucalyptus microtheca ± Excoecaria parvifolia, Lysiphyllum cunninghamii, Melaleuca spp. open woodland on Quaternary alluvial plains with coarse-grained parent material

2.3.42

Eriachne spp., Dichanthium spp., Chrysopogon fallax, Eulalia aurea and Oryza australiensis in mixed tussock grasslands on active Quaternary alluvial plains in the Mitchell-Gilbert Fans subregion

2.3.44

Eucalyptus microtheca or E. chlorophylla ± Excoecaria parvifolia, Corymbia confertiflora and Terminalia spp. low open woodland on breakaways and erosional surfaces of major watercourses

2.3.45

Corymbia terminalis, C. aparrerinja ± Lysiphyllum cunninghamii woodland on river levees in dry, southern parts of the bioregion

2.3.46

Waterholes, bare sand and rock in the channels of major watercourses

2.3.50

Seasonal swamps. Eucalyptus camaldulensis ± Melaleuca viridiflora open woodland in closed depressions on Tertiary sand sheets

2.3.51

Melaleuca spp., Eucalyptus camaldulensis, Lophostemon grandiflorus and Livistona rigida in mixed woodlands fringing major spring-fed watercourses

2.3.52

Corymbia polycarpa ± Melaleuca viridiflora open woodland fringing minor watercourses on Tertiary sand sheets in the north-east

2.3.54

Seasonal swamps (wooded). Melaleuca viridiflora and/or M. clarksonii low woodland in closed depressions on Tertiary to Quaternary deposits in the north

2.3.55

Melaleuca stenostachya and M. citrolens ± Eucalyptus microtheca, E. chlorophylla woodland on Quaternary alluvial plains in the north of the bioregion

2.3.56

Excoecaria parvifolia, Melaleuca spp., Grevillea striata and Hakea pedunculata in mixed tall open shrublands on coastal alluvial surfaces

2.3.59

Melaleuca acacioides and/or M. foliolosa tall shrubland on Quaternary alluvial deposits and breakaways

2.3.60

Eucalyptus microtheca woodland in seasonal swamps on active Quaternary alluvial plains

2.3.61

Eucalyptus microtheca ± Excoecaria parvifolia, Atalaya hemiglauca woodland on scroll plains associated with meanders of major watercourses

2.3.63

Seasonal swamps (wooded). Eucalyptus microtheca and/or Melaleuca viridiflora low open woodland in closed depressions in the Doomadgee Plains subregion

2.3.66

Dichanthium spp., Iseilema spp., Aristida spp. and Brachyachne convergens in mixed tussock grasslands on active Quaternary alluvial deposits derived from coarse-grained parent material in the west

2.3.69

Eucalyptus pruinosa low woodland on old alluvial plains (recent Pleistocene surface)

2.3.70

Eucalyptus microneura ± E. leptophleba and Corymbia confertiflora woodland on active Quaternary alluvial plains of watercourses from the Einasleigh Uplands bioregion

2.3.71

Corymbia spp. and Erythrophleum chlorostachys in mixed woodlands on levees in active Quaternary alluvial systems (river deltas)

2.3.72

Dichanthium spp., Eulalia aurea, Chrysopogon fallax and Themeda avenacea in mixed tussock grasslands on Tertiary clay plains

2.4.1

Astrebla spp., Iseilema spp. ± Aristida latifolia, Eulalia aurea tussock grassland on Tertiary clay deposits

2.4.2

Acacia cambagei low woodland on Tertiary clay deposits and shallow clay depressions on plateau surfaces

2.4.3

Eucalyptus microtheca ± Excoecaria parvifolia low open woodland on Tertiary and early Quaternary clay plains

2.4.4

Atalaya hemiglauca, Grevillea striata, Acacia victoriae and Vachellia sutherlandii in mixed low open woodlands on Tertiary clay plains

2.4.5

Melaleuca citrolens and/or M. stenostachya low open woodland on Tertiary outwash deposits and sand sheets in the east

2.5.17

Corymbia setosa ± C. polycarpa, Erythrophleum chlorostachys, C. pocillum low open woodland on Tertiary sand sheets

2.5.18

Eucalyptus tetrodonta, E. chartaboma, Erythrophleum chlorostachys, Corymbia pocillum in mixed woodlands on sand sheets on Mesozoic sandstone plateaus

2.5.19

Eucalyptus similis and/or E. chartaboma ± Erythrophleum chlorostachys, Corymbia spp. woodland on undulating Tertiary sand sheets, moderately high in the landscape

2.5.20

Corymbia spp., Eucalyptus pruinosa and Lysiphyllum cunninghamii in mixed woodlands on abandoned levees associated with clay plains

2.5.22

Eucalyptus pruinosa, Lysiphyllum cunninghamii, E. chlorophylla and Corymbia setosa in mixed low open woodlands on sand sheets overlying Tertiary lateritic surfaces

2.5.23

Eucalyptus crebra and/or Corymbia citriodora ± C. brachycarpa, E. mediocris open forest on sand sheets on Mesozoic sandstone plateaus

2.5.24

Eucalyptus similis and E. crebra ± Corymbia brachycarpa woodland on sand sheets on Mesozoic sandstone plateaus

2.5.25

Eucalyptus melanophloia, Acacia julifera subsp. gilbertensis, Corymbia setosa and Melaleuca spp. in mixed low woodlands on Tertiary sand sheets

2.5.26

Corymbia polycarpa and/or C. grandifolia ± C. confertiflora, Erythrophleum chlorostachys open woodland on reworked sand deposits on broad plains and plateau surfaces

2.5.28

Melaleuca spp., Lysiphyllum cunninghamii and Terminalia spp. in mixed low woodlands on Tertiary sand sheets

2.5.30

Eucalyptus pruinosa, Grevillea striata and Atalaya hemiglauca ± Lysiphyllum cunninghamii low open woodland on plains and low rises derived from deeply weathered siltstones

2.5.31

Eucalyptus microtheca open woodland on level plains derived from deeply weathered siltstones

2.5.32

Melaleuca spp. ± Eucalyptus pruinosa, Asteromyrtus symphyocarpa, Terminalia canescens low open woodland on sand sheets in the west

2.5.33

Acacia cambagei low woodland on gravelly deposits and deeply weathered surfaces

2.5.34

Aristida latifolia ± Enneapogon polyphyllus, Brachyachne convergens, Sporobolus spp., tussock grassland on thin, residual sand deposits overlying Tertiary clay plains

2.5.35

Eucalyptus tectifica ± E. chlorophylla, Corymbia grandifolia, Grevillea striata woodland on Tertiary sand sheets

2.5.36

Eucalyptus chlorophylla ± Erythrophleum chlorostachys, Terminalia platyptera, Lysiphyllum cunninghamii woodland on Tertiary sand sheets overlying Cretaceous mudstones

2.5.37

Acacia cambagei, Grevillea striata and Atalaya hemiglauca± Corymbia aparrerinja low open woodland on Quaternary sand sheets overlying clay plains

2.5.38

Eucalyptus pruinosa and/or Corymbia terminalis and/or C. aparrerinja low open woodland on Tertiary sand and gravel deposits

2.5.39

(8)Schedule 3, part 8, entries for regional ecosystem numbers 4.3.13 and 4.5.1—
omit.
(9)Schedule 3, part 8—
insert—

Acacia cambagei low woodland with scattered shrubs such as Eremophila mitchellii and Geijera parviflora on fresh Cretaceous sediments

4.9.11

(10)Schedule 3, part 9, entry for regional ecosystem number 6.5.2—
omit.
(11)Schedule 3, part 10, entry for regional ecosystem number 13.11.1—
omit.
(12)Schedule 3, part 11, entries for regional ecosystem numbers 1.3.1, 1.3.2, 1.3.8, 1.5.5, 1.5.8, 1.5.9, 1.9.6, 1.10.1, 1.10.2, 1.10.5, 1.10.7, 1.10.8 and 1.11.1—
omit.
(13)Schedule 3, part 11—
insert—

Eucalyptus chlorophylla open woodland on alluvium

1.3.11

Eucalyptus leucophylla woodland on levees and minor drainage lines

1.3.13

Corymbia terminalis low open woodland on levees of minor streams in limestone country

1.3.14

Eucalyptus pruinosa low woodland on recent alluvium

1.3.15

Eucalyptus miniata woodland on red earths on laterised plateaus

1.5.1

Mixed eucalypt woodland on sandy plains

1.5.2

Melaleuca citrolens and/or Eucalyptus pruinosa woodland on sandy plains

1.5.11

Eucalyptus pruinosa low open woodland on older alluvial and residual soils

1.5.13

Corymbia aparrerinja open woodland on sandy red earths

1.5.14

Aristida contorta annual grasslands on hard setting red soils

1.5.15

Acacia cambagei low woodlands on red earths

1.5.16

Corymbia terminalis low open woodland on sandy red earth plains

1.5.17

Acacia georginae and A. aneura low woodland on sandy red plains

1.5.19

Acacia shirleyi low woodland on lateritic scarps and hills

1.7.5

Acacia shirleyi low woodland on red soil plains overlying ferricrete

1.7.6

Corymbia capricornia ± Eucalyptus leucophloia or E. miniata low open woodland on silcrete

1.7.7

Corymbia terminalis and/or Eucalyptus leucophylla and/or Lysiphyllum cunninghamii low open woodland on limestone

1.9.11

Eucalyptus leucophloia low open woodland on shale hills

1.9.13

Triodia pungens hummock grassland with emergent Eucalyptus pruinosa on Precambrian shales

1.9.14

Corymbia terminalis and Lysiphyllum cunninghamii low open woodland on folded limestones

1.11.6

Terminalia aridicola and/or Corymbia aspera low open woodland to low woodland, usually with vine-scrub species, on rock outcrops

1.11.8

Mixed low open woodland on metamorphic plains

1.11.10

Triodia spp. hummock grassland on metamorphic hills (south)

1.11.11

Triodia pungens hummock grassland (north)

1.11.12

Eucalyptus leucophylla and/or Corymbia terminalis ± C. aparrerinja low open woodland on igneous rocks

1.12.3

Terminalia aridicola and Brachychiton collinus low open woodland on torfields

1.12.7

(14)Schedule 3, part 12, entries for regional ecosystem numbers 12.2.10 and 12.2.12—
omit.
(15)Schedule 3, part 12—
insert—

Eucalyptus carnea, E. tindaliae, Corymbia intermedia ± E. siderophloia or E. crebra woodland on metamorphics ± interbedded volcanics

12.11.24

6Amendment of sch 4 (Grassland regional ecosystems—Act, schedule)

(1)Schedule 4, part 2, entries for regional ecosystem numbers 3.5.30 and 3.12.29—
omit.
(2)Schedule 4, part 2—
insert—

Sarga plumosum closed tussock grassland on erosional plains

3.3.59

Heteropogon triticeus or Themeda triandra or Schizachyrium fragile tussock grassland on rocky igneous coastal headlands and islands

3.12.48

(3)Schedule 4, part 4—
insert—

Triodia longiceps ± Triodia spp. hummock grassland on talus slopes of dissected tablelands and residuals

5.7.15

(4)Schedule 4, part 6, entry for regional ecosystem number 9.12.41—
omit.
(5)Schedule 4, part 7—
insert—

Chrysopogon elongatus, Eriachne spp., Perotis rara and Aristida holathera in mixed tussock grasslands on coastal dunes

2.2.4

Aristida dominii, Chloris sp., Eriachne spp. ± Eragrostis basedowii, Iseilema sp. tussock grassland on active Quaternary alluvial plains of major watercourses

2.3.41

Sporobolus mitchellii ± Cyperus bifax, Astrebla elymoides, Chenopodium auricomum tussock grassland on seasonally inundated alluvial plains and drainage depressions

2.3.43

Eriachne spp., Dichanthium spp., Chrysopogonfallax, Eulalia aurea and Oryza australiensis in mixed tussock grasslands on active Quaternary alluvial plains in the Mitchell-Gilbert Fans subregion

2.3.44

Panicum trachyrhachis closed tussock grassland in shallow depressions on old alluvial plains (recent Pleistocene surface)

2.3.57

Eriachne glauca var. glauca, Oryza australiensis and Eulalia aurea tussock grassland in shallow alluvial depressions in the Doomadgee Plains subregion

2.3.58

Dinebra neesii, Panicum trachyrhachis, Dichanthium sericeum and Oryza spp. in mixed tussock grasslands in shallow depressions on Tertiary clay plains

2.3.67

Dichanthium spp., Iseilema spp., Aristida spp. and Brachyachne convergens in mixed tussock grasslands on active Quaternary alluvial deposits derived from coarse-grained parent material in the west

2.3.69

Dichanthium spp., Eulalia aurea, Chrysopogon fallax and Themeda avenacea in mixed tussock grasslands on Tertiary clay plains

2.4.1

Astrebla spp., Iseilema spp. ± Aristida latifolia, Eulalia aurea tussock grassland on Tertiary clay deposits

2.4.2

Aristida latifolia ± Enneapogon polyphyllus, Brachyachne convergens, Sporobolus spp., tussock grassland on thin, residual sand deposits overlying Tertiary clay plains

2.5.35

(6)Schedule 4, part 8, entry for regional ecosystem number 4.9.3—
omit.
(7)Schedule 4, part 10, entry for regional ecosystem number 1.3.1—
omit.
(8)Schedule 4, part 11—
insert—

Mixed tussock grassland on shallow alluvium

1.3.10

Triodia longiceps hummock grassland on older alluvium

1.5.12

Aristida contorta annual grasslands on hard setting red soils

1.5.15

Triodia pungens hummock grassland on ferricrete and on silcrete

1.7.3

Triodia brizoides and/or T. molesta hummock grassland on ferricrete and on silcrete

1.7.4

Triodia pungens hummock grassland on Cambrian limestones

1.9.12

Triodia pungens hummock grassland with emergent Eucalyptus pruinosa on Precambrian shales

1.9.14

Triodia spp. hummock grassland on metamorphic hills (south)

1.11.11

Triodia pungens hummock grassland (north)

1.11.12

Grassland on clays derived from metamorphic rocks

1.11.13

Mixed tussock grassland on basic igneous rocks

1.12.5

Hummock grassland on basic igneous rocks

1.12.6

7Amendment of sch 5 (Grassland regional ecosystems—Act, section 8)

(1)Schedule 5, part 2, entries for regional ecosystem numbers 3.5.30 and 3.12.29—
omit.
(2)Schedule 5, part 6—
insert—

Eriachne glauca var. glauca, Oryza australiensis and Eulalia aurea tussock grassland in shallow alluvial depressions in the Doomadgee Plains subregion

2.3.58

(3)Schedule 5, part 7, entry for regional ecosystem number 4.9.3—
omit.
(4)Schedule 5, part 9, entry for regional ecosystem number 1.3.1—
omit.
(5)Schedule 5, part 9—
insert—

Mixed tussock grassland on shallow alluvium

1.3.10

Triodia longiceps hummock grassland on older alluvium

1.5.12

Aristida contorta annual grasslands on hard setting red soils

1.5.15

Triodia pungens hummock grassland on ferricrete and on silcrete

1.7.3

Grassland on clays derived from metamorphic rocks

1.11.13

Mixed tussock grassland on basic igneous rocks

1.12.5