The Coffs Coast Regional Park Plan of Management is the first plan of management for the park. It was developed in consultation with the Coffs Coast Regional Park Trust Board and has now been adopted (12 April 2021).
Andrew Growcock, Manager Planning, Evaluation and Assessment for National Parks and Wildlife Service is pleased to advise that a plan of management for Coffs Coast Regional Park has been adopted under the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974.
The Coffs Coast Regional Park stretches along the Mid North Coast of New South Wales from northern Coffs Harbour to near Corindi Beach, encompassing headlands, dune systems, coastal creeks and estuaries. It covers 661 hectares of land and lies within the traditional Country of the Gumbaynggirr People.
The Park is of high ecological significance, protecting small areas of eight threatened ecological communities, native plant species and threatened species habitat, including the only population of the endangered shrub Zieria smithii.
The adopted plan is available to view on the website for Environment NSW.