Mimosa Rocks National Park Plan of Management

Mimosa Rocks National Park covers 5,804 hectares between Tathra and Bermagui on the Far South Coast of NSW. It includes 20 kilometres coastline as well as areas of hinterland forest.

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 978-1-74293-219-4
  • ID DECCW20110246
  • File PDF 0.7MB
  • Pages 86
  • Name mimosa-rocks-national-park-plan-of-management-110246.pdf

The park conserves three endangered ecological communities, including an area of rainforest at Bunga Head, and provides habitat for three endangered bird species and for 19 vulnerable animals. It also contains fossils from the Devonian period and most of the catchment of Nelson Creek, which is the principal tributary of Nelson Lagoon.

Mimosa Rocks National Park also contains places of cultural significance to local Aboriginal people, and evidence of past pastoral, timber harvesting, gold mining and recreational ventures. A local tradition of philanthropy, in which a number of neighbouring property owners have donated their land to the park, is a unique feature of this park.

Other park planning documents

Penders, Mimosa Rocks National Park Conservation Management Plan / Feasibility and Business Assessment (2011)