The park contains a range of forest communities and forms part of an important wildlife corridor between the coastal reserves of Hat Head National Park and Limeburners Creek Nature Reserve, and Kumbatine National Park to the west. Eleven significant plant species and nine threatened animal species have been recorded in the park.
Maria National Park Plan of Management
Maria National Park lies approximately 5 kilometres south-east of Kempsey, immediately east of the north coast rail line. Most of the park, which covers an area of 2,335 hectares, was formerly part of Maria River State Forest.
- 1 April 2004
- Department of Environment and Conservation (NSW)
- Publication, Plan of management, Final
- ISBN 0-73136-6131
- ID DEC20040142
- File PDF 0.8MB
- Pages 34
- Name maria-national-park-plan-of-management-040142.pdf