Meroo National Park

Park management

This park was created in January 2001. It covers an area of 3,662 hectares.

Management documents

You'll find a lot more information about this park in its management plans. In particular, plans of management contain a large amount of information on the natural environments, Aboriginal heritage, history, and recreational opportunities in a particular park. Fire management strategies outline when and how hazard reduction will be carried out in key areas of the park.

Many types of management plans go through a formal draft stage where they are open for public comment. The plans are only finalised and put into effect after all public submissions have been considered.

Documents to download

Management programs

Sea spurge

Sea spurge (Euphorbia paralias) is an invasive beach weed that originated from Europe. It can grow anywhere on the beach front, from the high water mark to well into the dunes. Infestations of sea spurge have caused major environmental problems in Tasmania and Victoria. It is gradually working its way north and NSW south coast beaches are on the frontline of defence. Significant efforts by volunteers and government agencies have been made on all southern NSW beaches.

How you can help
Community action is the most effective control for this beach invader. See the sea spurge information page to find out more.