Draft Castlecrag Northern Escarpment Reserve Action Plan

Consultation has concluded

We are seeking your feedback on the Draft Castlecrag Northern Escarpment Reserve Action Plan.

The Castlecrag Northern Escarpment is a large 23.3ha bushland reserve with a wide range of habitats including large trees with hollows, rock overhangs and outcrops, and estuarine areas with mangroves that are home to many wildlife species including Swamp Wallabies, Lyre Birds, and Lace Monitors.

This draft bushland Reserve Action Plan contains detailed reserve, plant and habitat profiles; Statements of Significance relating to Aboriginal, local history and wildlife habitat; Impacts to habitat including encroachments; past achievements; and bushland management actions for the next five years. Actions include weed management to establish a stable native plant community, preparation of areas for controlled burns, and improved access in designated locations.


We are seeking your feedback on the Draft Castlecrag Northern Escarpment Reserve Action Plan.

The Castlecrag Northern Escarpment is a large 23.3ha bushland reserve with a wide range of habitats including large trees with hollows, rock overhangs and outcrops, and estuarine areas with mangroves that are home to many wildlife species including Swamp Wallabies, Lyre Birds, and Lace Monitors.

This draft bushland Reserve Action Plan contains detailed reserve, plant and habitat profiles; Statements of Significance relating to Aboriginal, local history and wildlife habitat; Impacts to habitat including encroachments; past achievements; and bushland management actions for the next five years. Actions include weed management to establish a stable native plant community, preparation of areas for controlled burns, and improved access in designated locations.


Submission Form - Draft Castlecrag Northern Escarpment Reserve Action Plan

Consultation has concluded