Deua Catchment Parks Draft Plan of Management

Incorporating Berlang State Conservation Area, Frogs Hole Nature Reserve and Majors Creek State Conservation Area

Public exhibition for this document was from 14 October 2016 to 13 February 2017. Public consultation for this document has ended. Berlang State Conservation Area, Frogs Hole Nature Reserve and Majors Creek State Conservation Area are located approximately 40 kilometres west of Batemans Bay, seven kilometres west of Araluen and 20 kilometres south of Braidwood on the NSW Southern Tablelands in the catchment of the Deua River.

Date
1 October 2016
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Plan of management, Draft - closed for comment
Status
Draft
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-76039-471-4
  • ID OEH20160529
  • File PDF 1.8MB
  • Pages 36
  • Name deua-catchment-parks-draft-plan-management-160529.pdf

The parks are considered to be significant for their biological values. They include:

  • areas of Araluen Scarp Grassy Forest, listed as an endangered ecological community under the Threatened Species Conservation Act
  • examples of Temperate Dry Rainforest, Grey Myrtle Dry Rainforest and old-growth forest ecosystems which are under-represented in the region’s reserve system
  • a number of plants and animals listed under the Threatened Species Conservation Act.
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