The Biamanga and Gulaga National Parks are leased back to the NSW Government and run through two boards of management. The Merrimans, Bega and Wagonga Local Aboriginal Land Councils hold the lands on behalf of Aboriginal owners.
The parks are jointly managed by the Aboriginal owners and the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS), part of the Office of Environment and Heritage. The two boards of management have a majority of Aboriginal owners along with community and NPWS representation.
Located on the far south coast of New South Wales, Biamanga and Gulaga National Parks contain places sacred to the Yuin people, such as Mumbulla Mountain and Gulaga Mountain.
Date agreement was signed: 6 May 2006
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