Euston Regional Park Plan of Management
Euston Regional Park has frontage to the Murray River just outside of Euston, approximately 80 kilometres west of Balranald in the far west of New South Wales. The park covers 3274 hectares and is within the traditional Country of the Kureinji People.
- 13 November 2020
- Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Publication, Plan of management, Final
Euston Regional Park is located in the Murray Channels and Floodplains subregion of the Riverina Bioregion. The park was formerly a state forest and is significant for its protection of several vegetation associations particularly river red gum and black box woodland.
As the 'backyard' to local Euston residents, the park provides access to Lock 15/Euston Weir and is well-used for fishing, walking, picnics and camping.
This is the first plan of management for this park.