This woodland is restricted to soils that occur over sand deposits in the Kurri Kurri and Cessnock areas in the Lower Hunter Valley. The main threats to the community are continued habitat loss and fragmentation; and habitat degradation due to physical disturbance, weed invasion, changes to drainage conditions and nutrient levels, frequent fire and inappropriate hazard reduction activities.
Approved NSW Recovery Plan Kurri Sand Swamp Woodland Endangered Ecological Community
This document constitutes the formal New South Wales state recovery plan for the endangered ecological community Kurri Sand Swamp Woodland (KSSW) and, as such, considers the conservation requirements of the community across its known range.
- 1 April 2008
- Department of Environment and Climate Change (NSW)
- Publication, Recovery plan
- ISBN 978-1-74122-818-2
- ID DECC20080210
- File PDF 3.9MB
- Pages 22
- Name kurri-sand-swamp-woodland-recovery-plan-080210.pdf
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