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Published on 04 February 2022
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment have put together a Draft Plan of Management for Goolawah National Park, Goolawah Regional Park and Limeburners Creek National Park.
Public exhibition of the draft plan provides members of the community with the opportunity to have a say in the management directions for these parks. Comments close 11 March, 2022.
Once adopted, this plan of management will replace the existing plan for Limeburners Creek National Park, which was adopted in 1998. It also replaces the statement of management intent for Goolawah National Park and Goolawah Regional Park, which was approved in 2014. Public exhibition of the draft plan provides members of the community with the opportunity to have a say in the management directions for these parks.
The draft plan is accompanied by the Goolawah National Park, Goolawah Regional Park and Limeburners Creek National Park planning considerations report. Readers of the plan should refer to this document for detailed explanations of the parks' values and management considerations.
The parks are situated between Port Macquarie and Crescent Head on the NSW Mid North Coast. Key issues addressed in the draft plan include:
For more information head to the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment page.