Royal National Park is 15,087 hectares, Heathcote National Park is 2826 hectares, and Garawarra State Conservation Area is 999 hectares. They form part of a large network of national parks, government-owned lands (e.g. Department of Defence, Sydney Water), and reserves between the Great Dividing Range to the west and Australia’s eastern shoreline. The parks are vital in maintaining a network of conservation areas and providing wildlife corridors and habitat protection for numerous animal and plant species.
Royal National Park, Heathcote National Park, Garawarra State Conservation Area Draft Planning Considerations
Royal National Park, Heathcote National Park and Garawarra State Conservation Area are located on the north-eastern edge of the Woronora Plateau in the southern part of the Sydney Basin Bioregion. The parks cover approximately 18,912 hectares.
- 30 April 2021
- Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
- ISBN 978-1-922558-09-1
- ID EES20210057
- File PDF 14.7MB
- Pages 97
- Name royal-heathcote-national-parks-garawarra-draft-planning-considerations-210057.pdf