NSW Government divided on reclassifying River Red Gum national parks as state forest

Oliver Jacques
November 20 2017 - 4:54pm

The NSW Government said on Monday there are no plans to change the status of the Murray Valley National Park, despite Nationals’ member for Murray Austin Evan’s promise to introduce a bill to parliament to reclassify River Red Gum national parks as state forests.

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Oliver Jacques

Oliver Jacques


Moved to Griffith as a refugee from Sydney traffic and housing prices. Previously freelanced for The Guardian, ABC, SBS and Daily Telegraph. Email story ideas to oliver.jacques@fairfaxmedia.com.au

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