The North East region of Victoria comprises 1 980 000 ha and is home to a population of 94 400, located predominantly in Wodonga and Wangaratta. The region is an area rich in natural assets; its industries include agriculture (dairy, beef, lamb, wool, cropping and horticulture), forest industries and value-added processing industries. More than 55 per cent of the North East consists of public land, encompassing more than 200 reserves, including national parks, wilderness parks and historic reserves.
Biodiversity summaries and species lists for the North East region have been produced by the Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts using the Australian Heritage Assessment Tool.
For information visit: Biodiversity summaries and species lists for natural resource management regions
North East Catchment Management Authority manages this region.
For more information visit: www.necma.vic.gov.au