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National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 (NSW)

Category: Legislation
Binomial Name: State of New South Wales
Sub Category:Legislation
State/Country:New South Wales, Australia
Summary Information:
The National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 (NSW) is an 'Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the establishment, preservation and management of national parks, historic sites and certain other areas and the protection of certain fauna, native plants and Aboriginal objects; to repeal the Wild Flowers and Native Plants Protection Act 1927, the Fauna Protection Act 1948, the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1967 and certain other enactments; to amend the Local Government Act 1919 and certain other Acts in certain respects; and for purposes connected therewith' (long title).

Related Entries

  • Mutawintji Lease Agreement
  • Kinchega National Park Memorandum of Understanding
  • Mungo National Park Joint Management Agreement
  • Mt Grenfell Lease: Cobar Local Aboriginal Land Council Lease to the Minister for the Environment
  • Oxygen Farm Conservation Agreement
  • Cudbugga Creek Voluntary Conservation Agreement
  • Biamanga National Park Lease Agreement
  • Gulaga National Park Lease Agreement
  • Biamanga and Gulaga National Parks Land Transfer
  • Bundjalung People of Byron Bay Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA 2)
  • Blue Mountains City Council and The Gully Traditional Owners Joint Management Agreement
  • Event
  • Mount Grenfell Historic Site Land Transfer
  • Legislation
  • National Parks and Wildlife Amendment (Aboriginal Ownership) Act 1996 (NSW)
  • Place
  • Mungo National Park
  • Kinchega National Park
  • Mutawintji National Park

  • References

    Jessica Weir (2000) 'Aboriginal Land Ownership and Joint Management of National Parks in New South Wales'
    (1974) National Parks and Wildlife Act (NSW) 1974


    Legislation | Conservation Agreement (Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999) (Cth) (Australia)

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