Bondi Gulf Nature Reserve Plan of Management

Bondi Gulf Nature Reserve is located just west of the Monaro Highway, 20 kilometres south of Bombala. It has an area of 1,800 hectares.

Date
1 July 2008
Publisher
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Type
Publication, Plan of management, Final
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 1-74122-3164
  • ID DECC20080662
  • File PDF 254KB
  • Pages 14
  • Name bondi-gulf-nature-reserve-plan-of-management-080662.pdf

Bondi Gulf Nature Reserve contains a diverse array of dry shrub forest, herb forest, woodland and heath. It contains the most southerly occurrence of Allocasuarina nana Montane Heath in NSW, and a pocket of Monaro Basalt Grass Woodland which is extremely significant as much of this community has been cleared and it is now restricted to small remnants.

The nature reserve provides important habitat for a variety of fauna, with 119 species having been recorded to date.

Little is known about past Aboriginal use of the reserve, however, eight sites have been recorded within the reserve and 32 sites have been recorded within a five kilometre radius of the reserve.