Bents Basin State Conservation Area and Gulguer Nature Reserve Draft Planning Considerations

Bents Basin State Conservation Area and Gulguer Nature Reserve are located on the Nepean River near Wallacia in western Sydney, approximately 34 kilometres west of Liverpool, 33 kilometres south of Penrith and 28 kilometres north-west of Camden.

Date
4 December 2020
Publisher
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Type
Publication
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-922493-20-0
  • ID EES20200427
  • File PDF 8.9MB
  • Pages 51
  • Name bents-basin-state-conservation-area-draft-planning-considerations-200427.pdf

Bents Basin State Conservation Area is approximately 48 hectares and adjoins the 359-hectare Gulguer Nature Reserve. The parks are located on the edge of the Cumberland Plain and the Blue Mountains uplift. The geomorphological processes and actions of the Nepean River have resulted in a diverse range of landforms including plateaus, deeply incised gorges, scour pool and riverine floodplains.

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For further information and to have your say visit the Bents Basin State Conservation Area and Gulguer Nature Reserve Draft Plan of Management: Public Consultation.

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