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Largest Nature Conservation Reserves in the Australian Capital Territory

Largest Nature Conservation Reserves in the Australian Capital Territory


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RankingRegionArea (km2 or hectares)[1]
1Kosciuszko National Park Victoria, New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory6,414 km2
2Namadgi National Park the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales1,050 km2
3Brindabella National Park New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory21,941 hectares
4Bimberi Nature Reserve New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory10,928 hectares
5Scabby Range Nature Reserve the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales10,185 hectares
6Canberra Nature Park the Australian Capital Territory6,794 hectares
7Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve the Australian Capital Territory5,361 hectares
8Bullen Range Nature Reserve the Australian Capital Territory4,075 hectares
9Brindabella State Conservation Area New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory2,833 hectares
10Gigerline Nature Reserve the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales1,317 hectares
11Canberra Nature Park Reserve the Australian Capital Territory956 hectares
12Stony Creek Nature Reserve the Australian Capital Territory890 hectares
13Black Mountain Reserve the Australian Capital Territory864 hectares
14Mulligans Flat Nature Reserve the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales780 hectares
15Lower Molonglo Nature Reserve the Australian Capital Territory691 hectares
16Csiro Scientific Reserve the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales648 hectares
17Woodstock Nature Reserve the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales377 hectares
18Mount Ainslie / Majura Nature Reserve the Australian Capital Territory328 hectares

[1]A hectare is a metric unit measurement of area defined as a square 100 metres by 100 metres. One hectare is equal to about 2.5 acres. There are 100 hectares in a square kilometre (km2)

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