Yellomundee Regional Park Plan of Management

Yellomundee Regional Park is located eight kilometres north-west of Penrith on the eastern escarpment of the Blue Mountains. It extends for 8.6 kilometres along the western side of the Nepean River and is up to one kilometre in width.

Date
1 May 2009
Publisher
Department of Environment and Climate Change NSW
Type
Publication, Plan of management, Final
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-74232-380-0
  • ID DECC20090510
  • File PDF 1.4MB
  • Pages 54
  • Name yellomundee-regional-park-plan-of-management-090510.pdf

Yellomundee Regional Park protects an area of bushland along a section of the Blue Mountains escarpment and regionally significant alluvial vegetation communities adjacent to the Nepean River. It contains threatened ecological communities, threatened species and locally significant species and their habitats.

The park is also of importance to the Aboriginal community and contributes to an understanding of Aboriginal life and use of the area, while the Shaws Farm precinct contains structures illustrating past European land use.

Yellomundee Regional Park contains important scenic lookouts and a mountain bike course.

Photo: Yellomundee Regional Park / Rosie Nicolai/OEH