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Pidna National Park Management Statement 2013

Pidna National Park will be managed to conserve the natural and scientific values of the park by maintaining its natural processes and high species richness. It will be preserved by limiting threatening processes such as invasive pests and inappropriate burning practices.

Conservation purpose

One hundred and fifty hectares (ha) of Pidna State Forest (SF379) was declared a Scientific Area (SA43) in the early 1970s, due to its high level of biodiversity. On 2 June 2006, it was gazetted as Pidna National Park. The park is managed to preserve its high conservation value including three of concern regional ecosystems, noteworthy plant species and its recognition as a wildlife refuge.

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Last updated
28 November 2013