What’s this about?
Native wildlife in the South East Forest National Park and Egan Peaks Nature Reserve are widely impacted by feral animals, despite ongoing feral animal control and management operations.
In response to this threat, the NSW Government proposes a feral predator-free area for native plants and animals within South East Forest National Park and reintroducing selected threatened and declining animal species. This will help prevent further mammal extinctions and promote the recovery of our most susceptible species.
The proposed changes will improve the Bundian Way, an ancient Aboriginal walking route that passes through the national park, and allow for other improvements to visitor facilities.
Have your say
Have your say by Thursday 16 June 2022.
There are four ways to give your feedback, listed below.
Address: Manager, NPWS Planning and Assessment Locked Bag 5022 Parramatta NSW 2124
Address: National Parks and Wildlife Service offices at 153 Maybe Street, Bombala and 47 Merimbula Drive, Merimbula