Jervis Bay National Park and Woollamia Nature Reserve Plan of Management

Jervis Bay National Park is located 20 kilometres south-east of Nowra around the northern and western shores of Jervis Bay. Woollamia Nature Reserve is located immediately west of the national park. The national park covers an area of 5,247 hectares while the nature reserve is 452 hectares in size.

Date
1 February 2011
Publisher
Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (NSW)
Type
Publication, Plan of management, Final
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-74293-209-5
  • ID DECCW20110221
  • File PDF 0.9MB
  • Pages 79
  • Name jervis-bay-national-park-wollamia-nature-reserve-plan-of-management-110221.pdf

Jervis Bay National Park contains forests, woodlands, heathlands and wetland communities as well as beaches and estuaries. Eight endangered ecological communities, 14 rare or threatened plant species and 34 species of threatened fauna have been recorded in the park, including breeding sites for the little tern and significant populations of the endangered eastern bristlebird. Lake Wollumboola, the largest shallow saline lagoon on the NSW south coast, supports large populations of waterbirds. The park has high Aboriginal social values and contains 15 recorded Aboriginal sites.

Woollamia Nature Reserve contains forest and wetland vegetation communities and habitats for forest dependent threatened fauna. The Endangered Ecological Community ‘Swamp Sclerophyll Forest’ occurs along drainage lines in the reserve.