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July 14, 2003

Management of Tyagarah Nature Reserve

Dianne received a reply to her letter to NPWS ...

From: David.Murray@npws.nsw.gov.au
Tyagarah Nature Reserve and several other nature reserves may be included in the Arakwal Stage 2 Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA). However I think it is highly unlikely that its status would change or that it would become part of the current Arakwal National Park - rather it would be one of a number of national parks and nature reserves jointly managed by Arakwal people and the NPWS.

Posted at July 14, 2003 12:00 AM

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