NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service is the first national parks agency in Australia to adopt a zero extinctions target, ensuring our parks are permanent strongholds for our threatened species.
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service play an essential role in the conservation of our state’s biodiversity. Parks and reserves offer physical protection to endangered wildlife, while conservation and research programs target particular Australian native plants, animals and ecosystems under threat. Weeding and pest animal programs, many of which involve community volunteers, contribute enormously to the restoration of native habitats. Fire management strategies are developed for each park to protect life and Aboriginal cultural and historic heritage sites.
How NSW National Parks protects biodiversity
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service play an essential role in the conservation of our state’s biodiversity.
Weeds and pest animals threaten biodiversity across NSW national parks. Working together with similar agencies, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service manages programs that tackle these threats.
Through fire research, fire planning, hazard reduction, rapid response firefighting and community alerts, NSW National Parks works to protect life and property.
NSW National Parks plays a key role in the protection, conservation and management of our state’s biodiversity and research is a crucial element.