Unlocking Regional Land Opportunities - Proposed Reforms to the Rangelands

    View Author April 2016
    The Rangelands account for over 87% of the land mass in Western Australia (WA), and is estimated to be valued at $73 billion. The Rangelands currently comprise of a mix of pastoral leases, unallocated Crown land, unmanaged reserves, conservation reserves and other tenure. Current commerce in the Rangelands relates to pastoralism, resources, agriculture and tourism activities, but remains substantially under-utilised.