Guy Fawkes River National Park, Nature Reserve and State Conservation Area Plan of Management

Guy Fawkes River National Park, Nature Reserve and State Conservation Area are located on the eastern edge of the New England Tablelands and the western edge of the Dorrigo Plateau, in north eastern NSW. Guy Fawkes River National Park consists of 100,590 hectares, Guy Fawkes River Nature Reserve consists of two sections totalling 1,534 hectares and Guy Fawkes River State Conservation Area consists of two sections totalling 5,240 hectares.

Date
1 January 2009
Publisher
Department of Environment and Climate Change (NSW)
Type
Publication, Plan of management, Final
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-74232-158-5
  • ID DECC20090143
  • File PDF 1.5MB
  • Pages 105
  • Name guy-fawkes-river-national-park-plan-of-management-090143.pdf

Guy Fawkes River National Park, Nature Reserve and State Conservation Area protect regionally significant geological and landscape features, 40 vegetation communities including communities that are poorly represented in the NSW system of reserves, and two areas that have been declared as Aboriginal Places due to their special significance to Aboriginal culture. They form part of a complex of forested land along the escarpment of the New England and Dorrigo plateau.

An area of 84,500 hectares within Guy Fawkes River National Park and Guy Fawkes River Nature Reserve has been declared wilderness under the Wilderness Act 1987.

Other planning documents

Guy Fawkes River National Park Horse Management Plan

Photo: Ebor Falls, Guy Fawkes River National Park / Michael Van Ewijk/OEH