The approach we adopted involved a number of steps. Firstly, we developed a set of business rules that identified hunting area inclusions and exclusions. This involved an extensive review of current and relevant legislation, gazettals, rules and regulations to determine where and when particular game and pest species could be hunted, and by what hunting method. The development of these rules involved identifying what spatial features could be used to identify hunting areas, and where additional spatial information needed to be captured. A key stage in the development of these business rules involved extensive consultation with a project reference group and other relevant stakeholders. This large and diverse stakeholder reference group was established for the first time and included representatives from Victorian land management agencies, hunting authorities and fire arm regulation authorities.
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