Coxcomb, Killabakh and Goonook Nature Reserves Plan of Management
Coxcomb, Goonook and Killabakh Nature Reserves are located approximately 25 kilometres north of Taree on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. All three reserves were established in 1999 as a result of the Lower North East Regional Forest Agreement and have a combined area of approximately 3,700 hectares.
- 1 February 2011
- Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (NSW)
Publication, Plan of management, Final
Coxcomb, Goonook and Killabakh Nature Reserves protect important geological
features, a high diversity of forest ecosystems, fragile mountain and escarpment
vegetation, and a number of threatened animal species. They also have an important
role as part of a wildlife corridor extending from Taree to the Great Dividing Range.
reserves are part of the traditional country of the Biripi Aboriginal people.