Map of threatened ecological communities in Victoria
The map below shows areas in Victoria where threatened ecological communities may occur.
- Alpine Sphagnum Bogs and Associated Fens
- Buloke Woodlands of the Riverina and Murray-Darling Depression Bioregions
- Giant Kelp Marine Forests of South East Australia
- Gippsland Red Gum (Eucalyptus tereticornis subsp. mediana) Grassy Woodland and Associated Native Grassland
- Grassy Eucalypt Woodland of the Victorian Volcanic Plain
- Grey Box (Eucalyptus microcarpa) Grassy Woodlands and Derived Native Grasslands of South-eastern Australia
- Littoral Rainforest and Coastal Vine Thickets of East Australia
- Natural Grasslands of the Murray Valley Plains
- Natural Temperate Grassland of the Victorian Volcanic Plain
- NRM Regions
- Seasonal Herbaceous Wetlands (Freshwater) of the Temperate Lowland Plains
- Silurian Limestone Pomaderris Shrubland of the South East Corner and Australian Alps Bioregions (SLPS)
- White Box-Yellow Box-Blakely's Red Gum Grassy Woodland and Derived Native Grassland
Not shown on map
- Natural Damp Grassland of the Victorian Coastal Plains
- Natural Temperate Grassland of the South Eastern Highlands
- Subtropical and Temperate Coastal Saltmarsh
These maps are for display purposes at a broad-scale and only show indicative distribution of threatened ecological communities. They should not be used for environmental assessment and approval processes. Ground-truthing is required to verify the presence of a threatened ecological community for site based projects, planning or investment decisions. Such decisions should refer to the relevant listing advice and conservation advice available in SPRAT.
To help determine whether matters of national environmental significance or other matters protected by the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 are likely to occur in your area of interest, use the protected matters search tool.