Field monitoring of Prostanthera densa in Royal National Park, NSW by the Sutherland Group, APS NSW for the NSW Save Our Species Program
Spring Gully, Bundeena
A developer has lodged a development application to build an eco-lodge at Spring Gully, Bundeena, which is a 5.6 hectares area of magnificent gully bushland adjoining the Royal National Park. It has also applied to build an access road through the National Park in order to access the site. The Sutherland Group of APS NSW is opposed to the development and the proposed road access which will have an impact on threatened species habitat and endangered ecological communities.
Sutherland Group APS NSW made a submission on 3 December 2013 to the Review of Weeds Management in NSW by the National Resource Commission. The Sutherland Group strongly believes that weed control is extremely important for the preservation of our native vegetation ecosystems and unique flora species.
The Sutherland Group of APS NSW strongly supports the submission for the World Heritage listing of the Royal National Park with UNESCO.