Most of these parks lie in the Mummel Escarpment and Tomalla subregions of the NSW North Coast Bioregion, with part of the north-west section of Curracabundi National Park being in the Walcha Plateau subregion of the New England Tablelands Bioregion. These parks form part of a larger chain of conservation lands that extend to the north and west along the Great Eastern Escarpment.
Curracabundi Parks Draft Plan of Management
Public exhibition for this document was from 12 February 2016 to 30 May 2016. Public consultation for this document has ended.
The Curracabundi Parks (Bretti Nature Reserve, Camels Hump Nature Reserve, Coneac State Conservation Area, Curracabundi National Park and State Conservation Area, Mernot Nature Reserve, Monkeycot Nature Reserve and Woko National Park) are located approximately 40 kilometres to the north and north-west of Gloucester, in the hinterland of the NSW mid north coast. Together, these parks comprise a total of 31,008 hectares, of which 19,914 hectares is declared wilderness.
- 1 February 2016
- Office of Environment and Heritage
- Publication, Plan of management, Draft - closed for comment
- ISBN 978-1-76039-231-4
- ID OEH20160033
- File PDF 2.3MB
- Pages 46
- Name curracabundi-parks-draft-plan-of-management-160033.pdf