Sydney Harbour National Park protects nearly 400 hectares of foreshores, headlands and islands on Sydney Harbour – one of Australia’s most iconic and recognisable landscapes. Despite its relatively small size and location in Australia’s largest city, the park retains extraordinarily diverse and significant natural, cultural and historic heritage values. The park also contains some of Sydney’s most valued sites for outdoor recreation, special events and celebrations.
The plan of management presents outcomes and actions aimed at protecting the park’s natural, cultural and heritage values, building partnerships with communities, and providing opportunities for exploration and understanding of Australia’s past and continuing cultural heritage.
This plan of management should be read with the Sydney Harbour National Park Amendment (2021).
Other park planning documents
- Middle Head and Georges Head Master Plan – Sydney Harbour National Park (2018)
- Review of Environmental Factors: Gap Bluff Alterations and Additions to Existing Buildings (2015)
- North Head Quarantine Station management plans (2005–2006)
- North Head Quarantine Station Conservation and Adaptive Reuse Project Environmental Audit (2011)
Have your say
For further information and to have your say visit the Sydney Harbour National Park Draft Amendment to the Plan of Management: Public Consultation.
Comments close 11 January 2023.