Karst and caves are the backbone of many NSW national parks and form the outstanding scenic elements of areas such as the Blue Mountains, the Warrumbungles and other volcanic sites in northern New South Wales, the Great Eastern Escarpment, the glaciated areas of Kosciuszko National Park, and the coral reefs around Lord Howe Island.
Guide to New South Wales Karst and Caves
In NSW there are more than 2000 caves in about 100 karst environments. This guide explains the importance of karst landforms, where they occur and how they are managed.
- 1 June 2011
- Office of Environment and Heritage, Department of Premier and Cabinet
- ISBN 978-1-74232-547-7
- ID OEH20110455
- File PDF 8.9MB
- Pages 44
- Name nsw-karst-cave-guide-110455.pdf