Southern Tablelands grassy ecosystem sites

Sites in the Southern Tablelands and adjacent South-West Slopes

» Grassy Ecocsystems Sites (Southern Tablelands) (PDF 37 KB)

This table shows a selection of some of the best sites within the Southern Tablelands (NSW & ACT) to experience the beauty of our grassy woodlands and grasslands. All sites are on public lands and are thus easy to access. This includes sites on travelling stock reserves (TSR). However, please note that you should contact your nearest office of the Livestock Health and Pest Authority for permission to access any TSR. There is a wealth of sites on nature reserves, country cemeteries and council reserves. This list is by no means comprehensive and it is hoped that it will be updated with other sites over time.


How to use this list

To use this table effectively, download it to your computer onto an Excel spreadsheet and sort by the column headings of your choice. Say for example you are interested in a site on the Monaro, sort by the Region column. Or you can sort by the Vegetation type or Association columns.)

Sites are arranged by the Sub-region or major region within which they occur. For an explanation of the sub-regions of the Southern Tablelands, see:

Sites are also arranged by the major vegetation type that occurs, including whether it is an endangered ecological community (EEC). For information on EECs and threatened species see:

» NSW Threatened Species Profiles

To use this, simply put the full name (or part of the name) of the EEC into the search engine.

Sites are also designated an association (or community). Grassland communities are from:

» Revision of PATN analysis of grassland associations by R.Rehwinkel (PDF 1093 KB)

For useful information on vegetation types see:

» Threatened species by habitat

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