under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 12 April 2006
The following Recovery Plans for listed threatened species and ecological communities have been made or adopted under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act). These plans remain in force until and unless the species is removed from the threatened list. Recovery plans are binding on the Australian Government — once a recovery plan is in place, Australian Government agencies must act in accordance with that plan.
The list incorporates plans previously adopted or approved under the Endangered Species Protection Act 1992 (The ESP Act was replaced by the EPBC Act from July 16, 2000). Whilst every effort is taken to keep this site up to date there may be a delay in linking the most recently adopted and approved plans.
Recovery Plans Adopted Under the EPBC Act Ordered by Species Common Name
view list ordered by species scientific name
Recovery Plan Title
Species Scientific Name
Species Common Name
Abba Bell (Darwinia sp. Williamson) Interim Recovery Plan 2003-2008
Darwinia sp. Williamson
Abbott's Booby (Papasula abbotti) Recovery Plan
Recovery Plan for Acacia porcata 1999-2001
Albany Cone Bush (Isopogon uncinatus) Interim Recovery Plan - 2001-2003
Albany Cone Bush
Recovery Plan for Albatrosses and Giant-Petrels 2001-2005
Recovery Plan for the threatened Alpine Flora - Anemone Buttercup (Ranunculus anemoneus), Feldmark Grass (Erythranthera pumila), Raleigh Sedge (Carex raleighii) and Shining Cudweed (Euchiton nitidulus)