Kangaroo Valley Group of Nature Reserves Plan of Management

Kangaroo River Nature Reserve, Cambewarra Range Nature Reserve, Barrengarry Nature Reserve and Rodway Nature Reserve

Kangaroo River, Cambewarra Range, Barrengarry and Rodway Nature Reserves are located in and around Kangaroo Valley, approximately 50 kilometres south west of Wollongong and 16 kilometres north west of Nowra.

Date
1 April 2009
Publisher
Department of Environment and Climate Change NSW
Type
Publication, Plan of management, Final
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-74232-269-8
  • ID DECC20090355
  • File PDF 0.2MB
  • Pages 33
  • Name kangaroo-valley-group-nature-reserves-plan-of-management-090355.pdf

The four nature reserves are part of a system of conservation reserves around Kangaroo Valley that includes the nearby Barren Grounds Nature Reserve, Budderoo National Park and Morton National Park.

Kangaroo River, Barrengarry, Cambewarra Range and Rodway Nature Reserves protect samples of the natural and cultural heritage of the northern Shoalhaven. They are regionally significant for their rainforest communities, populations of threatened species such as the eastern bristlebird, brush-tailed rock-wallaby and long-nose potoroo, and play an important part in protecting the magnificent scenery of the district.

Photo: Kangaroo Valley / Michael Van Ewijk/OEH