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Welcome to New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife.
It is good to see you: Warami
The New South Wales State are caretakers and responsible for more than 780 national parks and reserves. They protect landscapes from rainforests and rugged bush to marine wonderlands and outback deserts. You'll find campsites ranging from luxurious settings to quiet wilderness clearings, and walking tracks to suit every level of experience.
PLEASE MAKE YOUR GARDEN BUSH FRIENDLY!! ELIMINATE THE SEED SOURCE FROM YOUR GARDEN DON'T PLANT POTENTIALLY INVASIVE EXOTICS NEVER DUMP GARDEN REFUSE INTO BUSHLAND
The Australia native weeds are considered to be of the soft leaved variety, which thrive in the damp nutrient-enriched bush soils altered by runoff from storm-water drains, littered about our suburbs and cities. Imported exotic species thrive in the Australian bush, having no indigenous predetors of their own, exotic species are proflific breeder about our gardens and yards.
The danger arises in a variety of ways: (crofton weed and pampas grasses) are spead via the flight path of birds and other animals that eat the fruits of the exotics and later drop their seeds that can create problems about the landscape, eg: privet, camphor laurel, lantana can all be regarded as toxic weeds and are considered a pest in most urban backyards.
Seeds are constantly being dropped in suburban backyards, little privlets, camphors, ochnas are continually being found along fence lines and the bottom of trees where the birds have perched.
Be reminded not to dispose of the weeds refuse on vacant bush lands, any plant that grows in your garden will spread and thrive in the Australian Bush and nature reserves. Compost should be safley contained and disposed of, so no such waste can grow into a pest, capable of suffocatting our fragile environment.