Eurobodalla Shire is home to many threatened species and endangered ecological communities.
We work with other agencies and the community to reduce the pressures and threats that impact negatively on these species. This includes work to improve the condition and increase the extent of threatened species habitat and endangered communities where possible. This page provides you with more information about the species and communities found across the region.
In NSW, a threatened species is a plant or animal species that is listed under the NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995, or the NSW Fisheries Management Act 1994. Some species may also be listed nationally by the Australian Government under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (the EPBC Act). Listed threatened species are divided into a number of categories, depending on the extent to which they are threatened.
- Find out about NSW listed threatened species that are likely to be found in Eurobodalla on the NSW Department of Environment and Conservation's Threatened Species website.
- Find out about local species listed nationally under the EPBC Act use the Australian Government's EPBC Act Protected Matters Search Tool.
Endangered Ecological Communities
Endangered Ecological Communities (EECs) are plant communities under threat from a range of activities. Endangered ecological communities are listed in the same way as threatened species, and are often referred to as EECs. There are 12 endangered ecological communities that can be found in Eurobodalla Shire. Fact Sheets about most of these communities can be downloaded below. Some of them cover more than one EEC. A number of others provide management information. Hard copies can be ordered from Council on request. A report that provides more comprehensive information about the recognition and management of EECs found in the southern NSW coastal region is also available as a download.
- Eurobodalla Endangered Ecological Communities Report 2007 (358KB)
- Recognition and Management of Endangered Ecological Communities in the South East Corner of NSW Report (1.4MB)
- Map 1 - Longbeach (1.06 MB)
- Map 2 - Clyde North Nelligen (1.3 MB)
- Map 3 - Buckenbowra North (1.31 MB)
- Map 4 - Buckenbowra South (1.07 MB)
- Map 5 - Clyde South (1.46 MB)
- Map 6 - Batemans Bay (842 KB)
- Map 7 - Tomaga River (1.18 MB)
- Map 8 - Broulee Area (885 KB)
- Map 9 - Moruya Heads Congo (1015 KB)
- Map 10 - Moruya Floodplain (957 KB)
- Map 11 - Bergalia Area (883 KB)
- Map 12 - Bingie Area (582 KB)
- Map 13 - Bodalla Tuross River (1 MB)
- Map 14 - Tuross Lake Potato Point (976 KB)
- Map 15 - Brou Lake Dalmeny (700 KB)
- Map 16 - Narooma Wagonga (1.29 MB)
- Map 17 - Corunna Lake (786 KB)
- Map 18 - Mystery Bay Wallaga (527 KB)
- Map 19 - Belowra Valley North (1.29 MB)
- Map 20 - Belowra Valley South (1.34 MB)
Grassland and forest communities
- FACT SHEET 1: Bega Dry Grass Forest, Lowland Grassy Woodland (449 KB)
- FACT SHEET 2: Bega Dry Grass Forest, Lowland Grassy Woodland Management Issues (44 KB)
- FACT SHEET 3: Brogo Wet Vine Forest and Dry Rainforest (432 KB)
- FACT SHEET 4: Brogo Wet Vine Forest and Dry Rainforest Management Issues (205 KB)
- FACT SHEET 5: Swamp Oak Floodplain Forest, River-flat Eucalypt Forest (309 KB)
- FACT SHEET 6: Freshwater Wetlands on Coastal Floodplains (407 KB)
- FACT SHEET 7: Coastal Saltmarsh (299 KB)
- FACT SHEET 8: Floodplain Endangered Ecological Communities Floodplain Issues (206 KB)
Other coastal communities
- FACT SHEET 9: Littoral Rainforest (355 KB)
- FACT SHEET 10: Themeda Grassland on Seacliffs and Coastal Headlands (383 KB)
- FACT SHEET 11: Bangalay Sand Forest (538 KB)
Montane peatlands and swamps of the New England Tableland, NSW North Coast, Sydney Basin, South East Corner, South Eastern Highlands and Australian Alps (no factsheet available).
- Find more information about Endangered Ecological Communities on the NSW Department of Environment and Conservation Threatened Species website.
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