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Cape Byron Headland Reserve

Category: Place
Sub Category:National Park
Place:Cape Byron, Byron Bay
State/Country:New South Wales, Australia
Cape Byron Headland Reserve, is on the eastern most point of the Australian mainland, is situated on the far-north coast of NSW, approximately 2 kilometres east of the town of Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia.
Summary Information:
The Reserve covers 98.5 hectares and adjoins freehold land and Crown reserves. The internal boundary of the Reserve is complex and adjoins residential areas, public roads and service easements. The Arakwal National Park occupies the coastal lands to the south of the Reserve, adjoining the southern boundary.

Related Entries

  • Bundjalung of Byron Bay (Arakwal) Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA)
  • Arakwal State Recreation Area Agreement
  • Organisation
  • Cape Byron State Recreation Area Trust
  • Place
  • Arakwal National Park

  • References

    Baker, Andy, Principal Consultant, Wildsite Ecological Services (2001) Cape Byron Reserve Draft Plan of Management
    Wildsite Ecological Services (2002) Cape Byron Headland Reserve Plan of Management

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