The conservation of wetlands is guided by the NSW Wetlands Policy, the Ramsar Convention and state and national programs.
Human activity, pests and weeds and climate change are some of the main threats to wetlands.
Find out about the programs, policies and activities that help threatened wetlands survive and thrive.
There are 12 principles that guide the way wetlands are looked after and preserved.
Find out which wetland communities are listed as endangered, and why.
Twelve NSW wetlands are listed under an international convention that aims to protect their ecological character.
Many NSW wetlands are nationally significant, protected under a coastal planning policy or in national parks.
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