Andrew Johnston Big Scrub Nature Reserve management documents
The following list includes management documents for this park.
Park management documents such as plans of management, statements of management intent and fire management strategies detail how we manage parks. When needed, we also develop pest and weed management strategies, master plans and other strategies.
- 1 Dec 1997
- Publication, Plan of management
- ISBN 0-73100-8944
- PDF 77KB
The Big Scrub was once the largest continuous tract of sub-tropical rainforest in Australia, covering 75,000 hectares of the rich basalt soils to the east and north of Lismore on the north coast of New South Wales. Today only about 100 hectares remains as isolated patches. Six significant remnants, Boatharbour, Victoria Park, Davis Scrub, Andrew Johnston Big Scrub and Wilson, are nature reserves dedicated under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974.