Terry Hie Hie Aboriginal Area Plan of Management

Terry Hie Hie Aboriginal Area lies within the traditional Country of the Gamilaroi People, on the western slopes of the northern extension of the Nandewar Range, on the western side of the New England Tableland. The Aboriginal Area encompasses 15382 hectares in 6 separate sections around the small village of Terry Hie Hie, approximately 50 kilometres south-east of Moree in north-east NSW.

13 August 2021
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Publication, Plan of management, Final
  • ISBN 978-1-922431-50-9
  • ID EES20210333
  • File PDF 2.7MB
  • Pages 49
  • Name terry-hie-hie-aboriginal-area-plan-of-management-210333.pdf

Terry Hie Hie Aboriginal Area is a special place for the Gamilaroi People, protecting ceremonial sites, art sites, tool making areas, burial sites, hunting grounds and places where Aboriginal people lived before and after contact with Europeans.

National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is committed to cooperative management of the Aboriginal Area with the Gamilaroi People. The Terry Hie Hie Aboriginal Area Joint Management Committee was established in 2009, and together with NPWS, developed a memorandum of understanding detailing cooperative management arrangements for the Aboriginal Area.

As well as protecting significant Aboriginal cultural values, Terry Hie Hie Aboriginal Area also supports habitat for four threatened ecological communities and 18 threatened native animals.

This plan of management, the first for this Aboriginal Area, provides for the continued protection of significant Aboriginal site values, Aboriginal cultural values and natural values.

First published in July 2020; reprinted August 2021 with corrections to layout.