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Parramatta River Regional Park Plan of Management

Parramatta River Regional Park is located at Bedlam Bay, on the northern bank of the Parramatta River just west of the Gladesville Bridge, approximately 10 kilometres from Sydney’s central business district.

Established in 2001, this small park is an important recreational resource, set within a historically significant cultural landscape. Visitor infrastructure includes a lookout, interpretive signage, a jetty and boat ramp, walking tracks that link with regional routes and may be used for leashed dog walking, and a sports oval.

The NSW National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 requires that a plan of management (PoM) be prepared for each regional park.

 

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