For species where an assessment by the NSW Threatened Species Scientific Committee began after August 2017, a Conservation Assessment Report using the Common Assessment Method (CAM) has been prepared. If the outcome of the assessment results in a Final Determination to list, delist or change the threat status of species, the Conservation Assessment Report (CAR) is linked to the relevant Final Determination.
More information about Pre-2017 Assessment and review reports.
Threatened species reviews – no change
When the NSW Threatened Species Scientific Committee undertakes a review of a listed threatened species and finds that the threat status is unchanged the Conservation assessment report may be found here.
|Species||Common name||Threat status|
|Dasycercus cristicauda||Crest-tailed Mulgara (PDF 201KB)||Extinct|
Reported location in NSW
||Diospyros mabacea (PDF 168KB)
||Tweed, Brunswick & Oxley Rivers and their headwaters in north-east NSW
||Sphagnum Frog (PDF 204KB)
||Eastern escarpment of the Great Dividing Range in north-east New South Wales
Vagrant species refers to occasional records of species in NSW that are outside their normal distribution or habitat.
The Committee considers that vagrant species should not be included in the Schedule of NSW threatened species.
- Grey-headed Albatross – Thalassarche chrysostoma (PDF 69KB)
- Flatback Turtle – Natator depressus (PDF 161KB)
Data Deficient species
Species with insufficient conservation status research may also be assessed as Data Deficient.
More information about Data Deficient species not listed.
More information about Pre-2017 assessment and review reports