Inner Pocket Nature Reserve Plan of Management

Inner Pocket Nature Reserve covers approximately 220 hectares in the Brunswick River catchment, 10 kilometres west of Brunswick Heads in northern New South Wales. It is in the traditional Country of the Minjungbal People of the Bundjalung Nation.

22 April 2020
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Publication, Plan of management, Final
  • ISBN 978-1-922318-77-0
  • ID EES20200156
  • File PDF 1.2MB
  • Pages 31
  • Name inner-pocket-nature-reserve-plan-of-management-200156.pdf

Inner Pocket Nature Reserve protects some of the most easterly rainforest of the Tweed erosion caldera, belonging to the extinct Tweed Shield Volcano. The park is significant as it protects critically endangered Lowland Rainforest. It also supports several threatened and rare species, including migratory species, and forms part of a regional coastal wildlife corridor, linking the hinterland with coastal habitat.

Visitor opportunities in this park are highly constrained by steep slopes, threatened plants and vegetation communities and lack of suitable legal public access.

This park was not impacted by the 2019-20 bushfires. The plan of management will provide continued protection of the park’s values.

This is the first plan of management for the park.