The Bream Bay Strategic Plan is an operational strategy for the conservation of Bream Bay, a 10-km coastal strip on Northland's east coast. Published 2006.

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This strategic plan is not a Conservation Management Plan as provided for in s17 of the Conservation Act, 1987. Rather, it is an operational strategy that is the outcome of an extended period of internal debate and consideration over the past 2 years, and of a parallel programme of consultation with the community.

At this stage, the document represents the Department of Conservation’s current thinking about the management needs of the land under its administration, stretching for some 10 kilometres along the Bream Bay coast from Marsden Point, in the north, through to Waipu Cove in the south.

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