The plan of management outlines how the values of the national park and state conservation area will be managed and conserved in the years ahead. The plan of management was adopted in 2005, and amended in 2021.
Gundabooka National Park and Gundabooka State Conservation Area Plan of Management
Gundabooka National Park and Gundabooka State Conservation Area are located 50 kilometres south of Bourke, and are highly significant to the Ngemba, Baakandji and Kurnu Baakandji people of western NSW. Gundabooka National Park features an outstanding complex of Aboriginal art, and includes Mount Gunderbooka, one of the most outstanding geological features of the Bourke area. The parks protect a culturally significant outback landscape and contain extensive grassy woodlands which are important for conservation of the region’s biodiversity.
- 12 October 2021
- Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
- Publication, Plan of management, Final
- ISBN 978-1-922715-81-4
- ID EES20210475
- File PDF 1.3MB
- Pages 37
- Name gundabooka-national-park-state-conservation-area-plan-of-management-210475.pdf