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Protected areas of New South Wales (Australia)

New South Wales contains 549 separate Protected Areas with a total land area of 4,953,271 hectares (6.18% of the state’s area). 150 of these are National parks, totalling 4,172,308 hectares (5.21% of the state’s area).

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Protected areas of New South Wales

Flora Reserves

Karst Conservation Reserves

National Parks

Nature Reserves

Reserves

New South Wales also has:

  • ??? State Forests (number unknown)

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