Hill End Historic Site 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.

Pollution Incident Response Management Plan – Hill End

  • 1 Mar 2016
  • Publication, Management plan
  • ISBN 978-1-76039-333-5
  • PDF 2.2MB

The NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) has incident and emergency procedures for events such as bushfires and other emergencies. Frontline staff are trained in the NPWS incident management system, which allows access to state-wide staff and resources during a declared incident. The Hill End Pollution Incident Management Plan is designed to work within existing structures. The plan also draws on the experience and expertise staff at the Hill End Historic Site have in managing incidents.

Hill End Historic Site Conservation Management and Cultural Tourism Master Plan

  • 1 May 2012
  • Publication, Conservation management plan
  • ISBN 978-1-74293-632-1
  • PDF 19.8MB

Hill End Historic Site, located in central west NSW, has its origins in the mining and gold rush boom of the 19th century. It continues to be a living village and holds significant historic heritage value.

Hill End Historic Site Plan of Management

  • 24 Feb 2022
  • Publication, Plan of management
  • ISBN 978-1-922767-45-5
  • PDF 3.2MB

Hill End Historic Site is located in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales, approximately 75 kilometres from Bathurst and 70 kilometres from Mudgee. The site is part of a living village conserving state-listed heritage from the 1850s gold rush era and a post-World War II artists’ colony. As well as the core of Hill End village, the site includes several dispersed former goldmining sites: Tambaroora, Golden Gully, Valentines Mine and the Quartz Roasting Pits.

Hill End Historic Site Fire Management Strategy

  • 1 Apr 2009
  • Publication, Fire management strategy
  • ISBN 978-1-74122-694-2
  • PDF 2.1MB

This fire management strategy incorporates Hill End Historic Site.