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Largest Nature Conservation Reserves in New South Wales

Largest Nature Conservation Reserves in New South Wales


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RankingRegionArea (km2 or hectares)[1]
1Murray-Sunset National Park Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia10,113 km2
2Kosciuszko National Park Victoria, New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory6,414 km2
3Sturt National Park New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia5,603 km2
4Morton National Park New South Wales3,544 km2
5Alpine National Park Victoria and New South Wales3,455 km2
6Blue Mountains National Park New South Wales2,897 km2
7Danggali Conservation Park South Australia and New South Wales2,519 km2
8Currawinya National Park Queensland and New South Wales1,820 km2
9Guy Fawkes River National Park New South Wales1,756 km2
10Yengo National Park New South Wales1,526 km2
11South East Forest National Park Victoria and New South Wales1,501 km2
12Deua National Park New South Wales1,402 km2
13Goulburn River National Park New South Wales1,362 km2
14Yathong Nature Reserve New South Wales1,138 km2
15Pilliga Nature Reserve New South Wales1,133 km2
16Croajingolong National Park Victoria and New South Wales1,051 km2
17Namadgi National Park the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales1,050 km2
18Wadbilliga National Park New South Wales1,046 km2
19Nombinnie Nature Reserve New South Wales1,017 km2
20Myall Lakes National Park New South Wales79,490 hectares
21Oxley Wild Rivers National Park New South Wales78,830 hectares
22Chowilla Regional Reserve South Australia and New South Wales75,131 hectares
23Mutawintji National Park New South Wales75,005 hectares
24Barrington Tops National Park New South Wales74,521 hectares
25Kanangra-Boyd National Park New South Wales65,532 hectares
26Kinchega National Park New South Wales62,242 hectares
27Nocoleche Nature Reserve New South Wales59,911 hectares
28Hattah-Kulkyne National Park Victoria and New South Wales57,381 hectares
29New England National Park New South Wales54,325 hectares
30Mallee Cliffs National Park Restricted Access New South Wales52,001 hectares
31Torrington State Recreation Area New South Wales49,143 hectares
32Woomargama National Park New South Wales48,898 hectares
33Goobang National Park New South Wales45,270 hectares
34Culgoa Floodplain National Park Queensland and New South Wales44,064 hectares
35Gundabooka National Park New South Wales43,869 hectares
36Parr State Conservation Area New South Wales40,979 hectares
37Mount Kaputar National Park New South Wales38,021 hectares
38Nattai National Park New South Wales36,720 hectares
39Tarawi Nature Reserve New South Wales and South Australia33,590 hectares
40Werrikimbe National Park New South Wales33,280 hectares
41Washpool National Park New South Wales32,161 hectares
42Border Ranges National Park New South Wales and Queensland31,731 hectares
43Nymboida National Park New South Wales31,708 hectares
44Willi Willi National Park New South Wales29,254 hectares
45Gibraltar Range National Park New South Wales25,409 hectares
46Budawang National Park New South Wales23,973 hectares
47Warrumbungle National Park New South Wales23,582 hectares
48Abercrombie River National Park New South Wales23,165 hectares
49Mount Barney National Park Queensland and New South Wales22,915 hectares
50Brindabella National Park New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory21,941 hectares

[1]A hectare is a metric unit measurement of area defined as a square 100 metres by 100 metres. One hectare is equal to about 2.5 acres. There are 100 hectares in a square kilometre (km2)

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