Yurammie State Conservation Area Plan of Management

Yurammie State Conservation Area is located on the NSW South Coast, approximately 9 kilometres west of Merimbula and approximately 1 kilometre south of the village of Wolumla. It is part of a network of parks which include South East Forest National Park and Bournda Nature Reserve.

26 September 2019
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
Publication, Plan of management, Final
  • ISBN 978-1-922317-19-3
  • ID EES20190539
  • File PDF 1.3MB
  • Pages 34
  • Name yurammie-state-conservation-area-plan-of-management-190539.pdf

Yurammie State Conservation Area is 221 hectares in size and was formerly state forest. The park protects a diverse range of vegetation types including both wet and dry sclerophyll forests, rainforest and forested wetlands. Two endangered ecological communities occur in the park and 20 threatened animal species have been recorded within or close to the park.

Yurammie State Conservation Area is also significant for evidence of the Wolumla Gold Field, a relatively rare historical example of reef gold workings, which date back to 1896.