Artarmon Park - Draft Reserve Action Plan

Consultation has concluded

Artarmon Park is a small local reserve approximately 2.3 hectares in size that is divided by the Gore Hill Freeway. It consists of bushland and an open recreational grass area to the north of the Freeway and a stormwater retention pond, garden beds and a shared bicycle/walking path to the south.

The Draft Artarmon Park Bushland Reserve Action Plan details management actions for the next five years. Key actions include the continuation of weed management in previously worked areas, expanding into new zones. Infill plantings of natives will also encourage regeneration in these areas. The Plan also contains reserve, plant and habitat profiles; Statements of Significance relating to Aboriginal, local history and wildlife habitat; Impacts to habitat including encroachments; and past achievements.


Artarmon Park is a small local reserve approximately 2.3 hectares in size that is divided by the Gore Hill Freeway. It consists of bushland and an open recreational grass area to the north of the Freeway and a stormwater retention pond, garden beds and a shared bicycle/walking path to the south.

The Draft Artarmon Park Bushland Reserve Action Plan details management actions for the next five years. Key actions include the continuation of weed management in previously worked areas, expanding into new zones. Infill plantings of natives will also encourage regeneration in these areas. The Plan also contains reserve, plant and habitat profiles; Statements of Significance relating to Aboriginal, local history and wildlife habitat; Impacts to habitat including encroachments; and past achievements.


Artarmon Park - Submission Form

Consultation has concluded