Collier Range National Park
|Collier Range National Park
|Nearest town or city||Newman|
|Area||2,351.62 km2 (908.0 sq mi)|
|Managing authorities||Department of Parks and Wildlife|
|See also||List of protected areas of
The ranges vary from low hills to high ridges with many cliffs. The vegetation found in the area is mostly spinifex and mulga with creeklines being surrounded by eucalypts. Mulga scrub and mulla mulla are found in dense scrubland in the northeastern plains with spinifex and sand dunes being found in the western end.
The standard of management in the park is poor and is only visited occasionally by Department of Parks and Wildlife staff from Karratha. The park is baited for wild dogs but suffers damage from feral donkeys and wandering cattle. No fire management is in practice and weed problems are unknown.
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