Cape Byron State Conservation Area 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.

Cape Byron State Conservation Area Master Plan

  • 28 Sep 2018
  • Publication, Master plan
  • PDF 21.4MB

The Arakwal people jointly manage the Cape Byron State Conservation Area with the National Parks and Wildlife Service as members of the Cape Byron Trust, together with other community members. This master plan provides the joint management of this park with a clear vision to plan for the future challenges and opportunities that tourism presents the Byron Bay community.

NPWS Lighthouses Conservation Management and Cultural Tourism Plan

  • 1 Nov 2001
  • Publication, Conservation management plan
  • ISBN 0-73136-4988
  • PDF 13.9MB

The management of 10 historic lighthouses located along the NSW coastline is covered in this plan. Most are within or adjacent to national parks, reserves, marine parks or state conservation areas.

Cape Byron Lightstation Precinct Conservation Management Plan

  • 23 Dec 2008
  • Publication, Conservation management plan
  • PDF 13.3MB

The Cape Byron Lightstation Precinct, as defined in this plan, is the area enclosed by fences on the high part of the Cape, and some small strips of land beyond the fences.

Cape Byron State Conservation Area Plan of Management

  • 1 Oct 2002
  • Publication, Plan of management
  • ISBN 0-64639-8776
  • PDF 1.9MB

Cape Byron Headland Reserve is a state conservation area that covers 98.5 hectares, including the most easterly point of the Australian mainland. Its rugged headlands and sheltered rainforest gullies are situated on the far north coast about 2 kilometres from Byron Bay.

Cape Byron State Conservation Area Fire Management Strategy

  • 1 Jan 2005
  • Publication, Fire management strategy
  • ISBN 978-1-74232-590-3
  • PDF 686KB

This fire management strategy incorporates Cape Byron State Conservation Area.