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Postby stormpatrol » Mon Jun 01, 2009 5:39 pm

YENGO WAS TODAY OUT OF THE BLUE DECLARED WILDERNESS BY OUR PREMIER THE WHOLE LOT , JUST GOT THIS FROM THE ASSOCIATION EMAIL, DAM THEM THATS A TOP PLACE :shock: :shock: [kickarse]
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Postby thebludger » Tue Jun 02, 2009 11:04 am

heard it on the news today :x [cussing]
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Postby thebludger » Tue Jun 02, 2009 5:38 pm

thebludger wrote:heard it on the news today :x [cussing]


heres some info i found today

This is a cut n paste (from the Tele I think)- but on the radio Mr Rees did mention it would limit 4WDing (and other activities)..


.A GREEN chain now encircles Sydney with the declaration today that 120,000 hectares of bushland north of the city will be protected as wilderness.

As his government continues to implode around him, Premier Nathan Rees took to the Hunter Valley this morning to announce the addition of the bushland in Yengo National Park to the State's wilderness register.

The parcel of land which stretches from the Blue Mountains east to Windsor and up to Singleton.completes a ring of wilderness that now surround Sydney like a green arc.

“We have now created a network of wilderness areas around the state which protect more than two million hectares of unique bushland for future generations,” Mr Rees said.

“Around Sydney we have a green chain made up of Nattai, Kanangra-Boyd, Grose, Wollemi and Yengo wilderness areas.

“Wilderness declaration is the highest form of protection for natural landscapes and protects the most intact expanses of our remaining bushland.

“The latest declaration over the most pristine part of Yengo National Park will protect many threatened plant and animal species.

“Aboriginal, environment and recreational park users were all consulted during the comprehensive process to identify and declare the newly protected area."

• A total of 8.39% (6.7 million hectares) of NSW is now conserved within the parks system, made up of 793 national park and reserve areas

• Since 1995 the NSW Government has established more than 455 new reserves and expanded hundreds of others.

• NSW has 49 declared wilderness areas within national parks and reserves

• Total area of declared wilderness is 2,057,759 hectares, or just over 2% of NSW, up from 664,000 hectares in 1995.



http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/resou ... tSheet.pdf
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