Nungatta feral predator-free area

A network of 7 feral predator-free areas is being established on NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service estate.

Nungatta, South East Forest National ParkNungatta, in the South East Forest National Park, is one of 7 sites comprising the feral predator–free network, one of the most significant threatened-fauna and ecological restoration projects in NSW’s history.

Of the 7 feral predator-free areas, 4 are being developed by NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS), while the other 3 areas are already operational and managed through partnerships with NPWS.

This feral predator–free area will involve a fenced area, or conservation fencing of, 2,085 hectares and will have a measurable benefit for more than 13 threatened animal species and the re-establishment of up to 2 native mammal species currently listed as extinct in New South Wales.

Map shows the 7 feral predator-free rewilding sites across NSW national parks estate