The Crookwell Reserves Draft Plan of Management
Incorporating Thalaba State Conservation Area, Gillindich Nature Reserve, Burwood Creek Nature Reserve, Nuggetty State Conservation Area and Mount Davies Nature Reserve
Public exhibition for this document was from 23 November 2012 to 25 March 2013. Public consultation for this document has ended. The Crookwell Reserves are a complex of five reserves located north of Crookwell in the Central Tablelands of NSW.
- 1 November 2012
- Office of Environment and Heritage
Publication, Plan of management, Draft - closed for comment
Thalaba State Conservation Area (31 hectares), Gillindich Nature Reserve (1225
hectares), Burwood Creek Nature Reserve (34 hectares), Nuggetty State Conservation
Area (1146 hectares) and Mount Davies Nature Reserve (343 hectares) were gazetted
in August, 2010.
All were previously areas of Crown Land recommended for addition to
the protected area system as a result of the Goulburn Comprehensive Regional
Assessment to enhance the protection of a number of key vegetation communities, and
to improve habitat connectivity in this fragmented landscape by incorporating reserves
into this poorly conserved region.