Eurobodalla National Park
|Eurobodalla National Park|
|State||New South Wales|
|Nearest town or city|
|Area||29.13 km2 (11.2 sq mi)|
|Established||22 December 1995|
|Managing authorities||National Parks and Wildlife Service (New South Wales)|
|Website||Eurobodalla National Park|
Eurobodalla National Park is a non-contiguous national park in New South Wales, Australia, 268 km southwest of Sydney spanning from Moruya Heads to Tilba Tilba Lake, 12 km south of Narooma. The park forms part of the Ulladulla to Merimbula Important Bird Area, identified as such by BirdLife International because of its importance for Swift Parrots.
Many migratory birds use the coastal, estuarine and freshwater habitats of Eurobodalla National Park including the Far Eastern Curlew, Whimbrel, Greenshank, Turnstone and Bar-tailed Godwit. Endangered species in the park include the Long-nosed potoroo, White-footed dunnart, Little Tern and Hooded Plover.
Significant sites within the park are:
- Wreck of the SS Monaro
- Pilot station, South Head Moruya
- Toragy Point cemetery
- Wreck of the Kameruka
- DECCW|Eurobodalla National Park - Park Management New South Wales Department of the Environment, Climate Change and Water
- Eurobadalla National Park - getting there- NSWNP&WS
- BirdLife International. (2012). Important Bird Areas factsheet: Ulladulla to Merimbula. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 2012-01-02.
- NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. (2007). Eurobodalla National Park Visitors' Guide.
- Eurobodalla National Park - Culture and History - NSWNP&WS
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