Joadja and Wollondilly River nature reserves contain species of plants and animals associated with both the Sydney Basin Bioregion and the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion. One endangered ecological community, 6 threatened plant species and 16 threatened animal species have been recorded within the reserves.
Joadja and Wollondilly River Nature Reserves Plan of Management
Joadja and Wollondilly River nature reserves cover 830 and 971 hectares respectively. Joadja Nature Reserve was established in 2001 and Wollondilly River Nature Reserve was established in 2002. Part of Joadja Nature Reserve and all of Wollondilly River Nature Reserve lie within the Warragamba Special Area which protects Sydney’s drinking water supply.
- 1 April 2016
- Office of Environment and Heritage
- Publication, Plan of management, Final
- ISBN 978-1-76039-296-3
- ID OEH20160137
- File PDF 0.5MB
- Pages 25
- Name joadja-wollondilly-river-nature-reserves-plan-of-management-160137.pdf