Deua Catchment Parks Plan of Management

Incorporating Berlang State Conservation Area, Frogs Hole Nature Reserve, and Majors Creek State Conservation Area

Berlang State Conservation Area, Frogs Hole Nature Reserve and Majors Creek State Conservation Area are located approximately 40 kilometres west of Batemans Bay, seven kilometres west of Araluen and 20 kilometres south of Braidwood. The parks are in the NSW Southern Tablelands in the catchment of the Deua River.

Date
26 September 2019
Publisher
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Type
Publication, Plan of management, Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-922317-21-6
  • ID EES20190541
  • File PDF 914KB
  • Pages 31
  • Name deua-catchment-parks-plan-of-management-190541.pdf

The parks are part of a network of reserves in the district which includes the large wilderness areas in Monga and Deua national parks to the south and east. Frogs Hole Nature Reserve and most of Berlang State Conservation Area lie within the Kybeyan–Gourock subregion of the South Eastern Highlands Bioregion. The easternmost part of Berlang State Conservation Area and all of Majors Creek State Conservation Area lie within the South East Coastal Ranges subregion of the South East Corner Bioregion.