What’s this about?
Doodle Comer Swamp Nature Reserve protects almost half of the Doodle Comer Swamp, an ephemeral wetland in southern NSW.
When inundated, Doodle Comer Swamp attracts large numbers of waterbirds. When dry, the wetland provides habitat for the threatened bush stone-curlew.
Doodle Comer Swamp is a declared Aboriginal place, recognising the wetland’s special significance to Aboriginal culture.
The National Parks and Wildlife Act sets out matters that need to be considered when preparing a plan of management.
Public feedback of the draft plan of management provides an important opportunity for members of the community to have a say in the future management of Doodle Comer Swamp Nature Reserve.
Have your say
There are three ways you can provide feedback.
Have your say by Monday 28 September 2020.