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Berowra Valley Nationall Park is managed by NSW Parks & Wildlife Service.

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Friends of Berowra Valley  inc. is an authorised community service group dedicated to assist the managers in the support of the Park

 

 The navigation structure of this web site closely follows the comprehensive content of the ‘Guide” For those wanting the full detail of the publication, go to Downloads to view or download a PDF file of the whole book.

In 2005 the Friends published the highly successful “Guide to Berowra Valley Regional Park” using a substantial grant from the then  Berowra Valley Regional Park Trust and supplementary support from Hornsby Shire Council and several like-minded community groups*.

The community-service style of the project made possible voluntary contributions by all of the many authoritative authors, illustrators, photographers and  other contributors of specialised skills and knowledge. The publication took nearly 10 years to compile and has become acknowledged as a substantial resource for students, specialists, and all Park users.  Almost 3,000 copies of the “Guide”  were sold or distributed to local schools and the publication is now available only in digital form via this web site.

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A PDF file of the completed publication is available as reference.  However, users must note carefully the specific conditions set-out concerning the extensive individual copyright retained by the many academic and specialist contributors of text and photographic content.
No such material should be published by any means whatsoever without the express consent of the particular copyright holder.  Contact details of copyright holders are also available from:
info@friendsberowravalley.org.au .
A very limited number of archival copies are held should access to a printed copy be required for academic purposes.

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NEW IN 2015 - “A Walking Guide to Berowra Valley National Park”
Cross referenced to the 2005 “Guide” the new map:

  • Is a full sized map with every current trail & fire trail in the Park,
  • Is printed on synthetic stock to cope with wet conditions;
  • Resists tearing, folded to be used part open;
  • Has the 10 named walks from the 2005 “Guide”
  • Thumbnail pics and info about picnic, camping sites, toilets;
    plus historic sites and notable locations;
  • Clear guidelines to access through the Rifle Range

Soon to be be available on this site.

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