Kemps Creek Nature Reserve Plan of Management
Kemps Creek Nature Reserve is located in south-west Sydney in the suburb of Cecil Park, approximately 12 kilometres west of Liverpool. The nature reserve is in the Country of the Cabrogal people of the Darug Nation.
- 15 December 2022
- Department of Planning and Environment
Publication, Park Management, Plan of management, Final
Kemps Creek Nature Reserve covers 197 hectares of some of the rarest and most threatened vegetation in the Cumberland Plains in Western Sydney. The urbanisation of these surrounding lands poses a significant and ongoing challenge to the conservation of the natural values of the park. The plan outlines strategies to help address these challenges.
This plan should be read in conjunction with the Kemps Creek Nature Reserve planning considerations.