Conservation Management Zones of Australia Western Australia Temperate Sandplain Woodlands



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World and National Heritage


Heritage values

World or National

Heritage type

Jurisdiction

Hectares

% of zone

Shark Bay, Western Australia

World and National

Natural

WA

49,245

1.57

Batavia Shipwreck Site and Survivor Camps Area 1629 – Houtman Abrolhos

National

Historic

WA

657

0.02

Please refer to the Australian Heritage Database for detailed information on listing criteria for these heritage values: http://www.environment.gov.au/topics/heritage/publications-and-resources/australian-heritage-database

For more information on Australia’s world and national heritage please refer to: http://www.environment.gov.au/topics/heritage/about-australias-heritage

Major National Reserve System properties


Major National Reserve System properties

Name

Property type

IUCN category

Jurisdiction

Hectares

% of zone

Kalbarri

National Park

II

WA

183,200

5.83

Beekeepers

Nature Reserve

IA

WA

61,947

1.97

Wandana

Nature Reserve

IA

WA

52,719

1.68

Watheroo

National Park

II

WA

28,908

0.92

Lesueur

National Park

II

WA

23,544

0.75

Zuytdorp

Nature Reserve

IA

WA

20,953

0.67

Pinjarrega

Nature Reserve

IA

WA

18,207

0.58

Badgingarra

National Park

II

WA

13,105

0.42

Coomallo

Nature Reserve

IA

WA

8,771

0.28

Alexander Morrison

National Park

II

WA

8,498

0.27

Burma Road

Nature Reserve

IA

WA

6,888

0.22

South Eneabba

Nature Reserve

IA

WA

6,746

0.21

Yardanogo

Nature Reserve

IA

WA

6,592

0.21

Lake Logue

Nature Reserve

IA

WA

5,048

0.16

Unnamed WA39744

Nature Reserve

IA

WA

4,399

0.14

Wotto

Nature Reserve

IA

WA

3,671

0.12

Capamauro

Nature Reserve

IA

WA

3,516

0.11



The IUCN categories are as follows:

Ia Strict Nature Reserve

IUCN protected area management categories classify protected areas according to their management objectives. The categories are recognised by international bodies such as the United Nations and are utilised by many national governments, including the Australian Government, as the global standard for defining and recording protected areas.

Ib Wilderness Area

II National Park

III Natural Monument or Feature

IV Habitat/Species Management Area

V Protected Landscape/ Seascape

VI Protected area with sustainable use of natural resources

Please refer to the IUCN website for further explanation: http://www.iucn.org/about/work/programmes/gpap_home/gpap_quality/gpap_pacategories/

For more information on Australia’s National Reserve System please refer to: http://www.environment.gov.au/topics/land/national-reserve-system

Collaborative Australian Protected Area Database 2012.


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