This page shows all the wetland communities that have been listed as endangered under the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016.
They are listed because of their ecological importance. They include coastal saltmarshes, mound springs, upland swamps (PDF 3.6MB), coastal floodplain forests, sedgelands and peat swamps.
Use the links below to see the NSW Scientific Committee determination for each community.
- Artesian springs ecological community
- Castlereagh swamp woodland community
- Coastal saltmarsh in the NSW North Coast, Sydney Basin and South East Corner bioregions
- Coastal upland swamp in the Sydney Basin bioregion
- Coolibah–Black Box woodland in the Darling Riverine Plains, Brigalow Belt South, Cobar Peneplain and Mulga Lands bioregions
- Freshwater wetlands on coastal floodplains of the NSW North Coast, Sydney Basin and South East Corner bioregions
- Kurri sand swamp woodland in the Sydney Basin Bioregion
- Lagunaria swamp forest on Lord Howe Island
- Maroota Sands swamp forest
- Newnes Plateau shrub swamp in the Sydney Basin bioregion
- Swamp oak floodplain forest of the NSW North Coast, Sydney Basin and South East Corner bioregions
- Swamp sclerophyll forest on coastal floodplains of the NSW North Coast, Sydney Basin and South East Corner bioregions
- The shorebird community occurring on the relict tidal delta sands at Taren Point
- Upland wetlands of the drainage divide of the New England Tableland bioregion
- Wingecarribee Swamp