Berowra Valley National Park and Berowra Valley Regional Park Plan of Management

Berowra Valley National Park and Berowra Valley Regional Park are located approximately 20 kilometres to north west of Sydney in New South Wales in Country maintained and cared for by Aboriginal custodians.

14 February 2023
Department of Planning and Environment
Publication, Park Management, Plan of management, Final
  • ISBN 978-1-922975-63-8
  • ID EHG20230071
  • File PDF 3.5MB
  • Pages 66
  • Name berowra-valley-national-park-regional-park-plan-of-management-230071.pdf

The National Park protects 3,876 hectares of natural bushland in the Berowra Creek catchment including the beds of Berowra Creek where it flows through the park. The Regional Park includes 3 separate portions of land protecting 9 hectares of bushland where on-leash dog walking is permitted along designated trails.

The plan of management will guide the protection and management of the parks’ natural and cultural heritage values including threatened species and communities, and the parks’ significant Aboriginal and historic cultural heritage values. The plan also supports sustainable visitor use by providing for facilities and recreational activities that will promote opportunities for the community to appreciate and enjoy those values.