Bioregions of New South Wales: South Western Slopes
The NSW South Western Slopes bioregion is an extensive area of foothills and isolated ranges comprising the lower inland slopes of the Great Dividing Range extending from north of Cowra through southern NSW into western Victoria.
- 1 January 2003
- National Parks and Wildlife Service
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- Name bioregions-south-western-slopes.pdf
This publication was originally published in 2003.
This publication is based on Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation for Australia (IBRA) v5.1. Subsequent IBRA versions include boundary changes which may impact on geographical descriptions, maps and any statistics provided. However, the area statistics have been updated for IBRA v7 and were sourced from the Collaborative Australian Protected Areas Database (CAPAD) 2018.
South East Queensland bioregion has now been extended into NSW, replacing part of NSW North Coast bioregion. No chapter on South East Queensland is presented here, as the boundary adjustment occurred after this document was published.