Crookwell Reserves Plan of Management
Incorporating Thalaba Nature Reserve, Gillindich Nature Reserve, Burwood Creek Nature Reserve, Nuggetty State Conservation Area and Mount Davies Nature Reserve
The Crookwell Reserves are located approximately 40 kilometres north of Crookwell in the Southern Tablelands of NSW, within the traditional Country of the Wiradjuri, Gundungurra and Ngunnawal peoples. They cover a combined area of 2806 hectares.
- 23 November 2020
- Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Publication, Plan of management, Final
The reserves protect a range of threatened species including spotted-tailed quoll, Booroolong frog, powerful owl, scarlet robin, varied sittella, Yass daisy, aromatic peppercress, and the critically endangered White Box – Yellow Box – Blakely's Red Gum Grassy Woodland ecological community. The reserves contain some of the only substantial vegetated areas remaining in the region which has been extensively cleared for agriculture and in which much of the remaining vegetation occurs in very small patches or as scattered trees.
This is the first plan of management for these reserves.