Central Plateau Conservation Area
|Central Plateau Conservation Area
IUCN category VI (protected area with sustainable use of natural resources)
|Area||908.7 km2 (350.9 sq mi)|
|Managing authorities||Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service|
|See also||Protected areas of Tasmania|
The Central Plateau of Tasmania is the largest area of high ground in Tasmania. It is bound to the north east by the Great Western Tiers, a large number of hydro electric schemes emanating from rivers that flow to the south - and to the west by Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.
- Tasmania. National Parks and Wildlife Service (1984), Walls of Jerusalem National Park and Central Plateau Conservation Area, National Parks and Wildlife Service, retrieved 10 July 2012
- Cullen, Philip J.(1995) Land degradation on the Central Plateau, Tasmania : the legacy of 170 years of exploitation Hobart, Tas. : Earth Science Section, Parks and Wildlife Service, Dept. of Environment and Land Management. ISBN 0-7246-1930-5 Occasional paper (Tasmania. Parks and Wildlife Service) ; no. 34.
- McKenny, Helen. (2000) A guide to vegetation management issues in the Central Plateau region, Tasmania Hobart, Tas. Dept. of Primary Industries, Water and Environment, ISBN 0-7246-6238-3
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