Category:Oxley Wild Rivers National Park

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Oxley Wild Rivers is a national park in northern New South Wales (Australia), 445 kilometres north of Sydney, named in memory of the Australian explorer John Oxley, who passed through the area in 1818. This Park is one of the largest national parks in NSW, it is also World Heritage listed and forms part of the Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves of Australia (CERRA).

Oxley Wild Rivers National Park 
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national park in New South Wales, Australia
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Instance ofnational park of Australia
Part ofNew England
LocationNew South Wales, Australia
Operator
  • National Parks and Wildlife Service
IUCN protected areas category
  • IUCN category Ib: Wilderness Area
Inception1986
Area
  • 1.423 square kilometre
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Authority control
WDPA ID: 23606
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30° 59′ 47.04″ S, 152° 00′ 36″ E

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