Table 1 Identification and Assessment of Places of Natural Heritage Significance



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Table 1

Identification and Assessment

of

Places of Natural Heritage Significance:
within the South-east Queensland bioregion
State Forest Areas

Draft List


March 1998



Legend:

Value: Rating:
Res - Research Site All sites listed in this Draft Report

T Teaching Site were classified above threshold

Ref Reference Site

B Benchmark Site



Universities:
QUT - Queensland University of Technology

GU - Griffith University

UQ - University of Queensland

ANU - Australian National University

UNE - University of New England

Vegetation:
AMVF - Araucarian mesophyll vine forest

CNVF - Closed notophyll vine forest

SEVF - Semi evergreen vine forest

NVF - Notophyll vine forest

OF - Open forest

TOF - Tall open forest

WSF - Wet sclerophyll forest

DSF - Dry sclerophyll forest

SEVT - Semi evergreen vine thicket

ANVF - Araucarian notophyll vine forest

DNVF - Dry notophyll vine forest

MVF - Mesophyll vine forest

RF - Rainforest

SEVT - Semi evergreen vine thicket

LMVF - Lowland mesophyll vine forest



No

Reserve

Name

LOTPLAN

Site Description

Value

Management Issues

2

TARGINIE

SF 137FTY 1552




Res

Ref


2 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

3

CALLIOPE

SF 365FTY 1160




Res

Ref


5 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

4

AUCKLAND

SF 281FTY 980




Res

Ref


2 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

5

EAST STOWE

SF 150FTY 832




Res

Ref


5 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

8

O’CONNELL

SF 373FTY 999




Res

Ref


8 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

9

O’CONNELL

SF 471FTY 863




Res

Ref


1 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

10

EURIMBULA

TR 102FTY 1450

Xanthorrhoea latifolia with Acacia leiocalyx and Jacksonia spp.

Res

Ref


at least 10 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

12

EURIMBULA

TR 166FTY 1452

Xanthorrhoea latifolia with Acacia leiocalyx and Jacksonia spp.

Res

Ref


at least 10 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

13

EURIMBULA

TR 77FTY 1449

Xanthorrhoea latifolia with Acacia leiocalyx and Jacksonia spp.

Res

Ref


at least 10 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

11

DAN DAN

SF 53FTY 1192

Dan Dan scrub Scientific Reserve

Talkinberan Creek - Qld Herbarium research site



Res

T

Ref



B

refer to DNR/ DoE, adjacent to Gladstone Botanical Gardens

4 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites



16

WIETALABA

SF 583FTY 1595

Norm Gibson Scrub Scientific Area (proposed, contains Araucarian microphyll vineforest, RTS include Oldenlandia spp. Rhodamnia spp. Cayratia sapronaria, Graptophyllum spinigerum, Backhousia kingii

Res

Ref


B

Scientific area to protect AMVF

Research by QLD Herbarium (4 sites), research by botanist of Gladstone Botanical Gardens



17

KROOMBIT TOPS

SF 316FTY 1328

Large stands of Sydney Blue Gum, Notophyll vine forest and wet sclerophyll forest, RTS in area include Kroombit Tinker Frog, Cascade Tree Frog

Beech SA47 (350ha),

Kroombit Tops SA48 (920ha) notophyll vine forest and hardwood forest


Res

Ref


B

monitoring of vulnerable Kroombit Tinker Frog Populations.

Monitoring of endangered Cascade Tree Frog populations

Research licence granted for PhD research on frog spp to determine habitat requirements for spp.

18 QLD Herbarium research sites



19

GYMPIE

SF 700FTY 1634







at least 3 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

22

POLMAILY

SF 645FTY 1289







at least 2 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

25

BOMPA

SF 121FTY 1365

Koolkoorum Scrub SA54 (980ha)AMVF, ANVF, semi evergreen vine thicket,

6 RTS recorded (DoE spp list), dry scrub,




Res

Ref


B

need for protection from grazing

1 QLD Herbarium research site



No

Reserve

Name

LOTPLAN

Site Description

Value

Management Issues

28

BULBURIN _

GRANITE CREEK

SF 391FTY 1007

Boobook SA74 (5395ha), CNVF (4150ha), open forest (1290ha), Spp of note:Argyrodendron spp., Araucaria cunninghamii, E. citriodora, E. crebra, E. terecticornis and R/T fauna.

Scientific Area (5.4ha)

Fauna & Flora Protection Area (4.8ha), 12 3000ha of rainforest, dry scrub, woodland

natural scrub

Granite Creek Scrub, New England Blackbutt Forests, Dawes Range

A significant stand of New England blackbutt southerly examples of such a forest

Boyne Logging Area

Mount Molangul-Bonilla: a rugged mountain range covered in Eucalypt forest. Pristine example of tall forest of E. montivaga and heathland.



Res

Ref


T

B


some trees planted (Eucalyptus andrewsii)

An unlogged example of tall sub-tropical rainforest. Less than 200 hectares in size.

ID at Miriamvale and Bundaberg Heritage Workshop

Research on trapdoor spiders and true spiders by Qld Museum

site 63: primary school field excursion site to learn about dry vine scrub

6 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites




29

DAWES

TR 353FTY 628




Res

Ref


3 QLD Herbarium reference / research sites

30

LITTABELLA

SF 898FTY 1636




Res

Ref


7 QLD Herbarium reference / research sites

32

NEW CANNINDAH

SF 695FTY 1570

Mt. Fort William FPAPD9.2 (310ha), AMVF, SNVF, dry sclerophyll forest, rainforest refugia area represents rare and threatened fauna and flora at or near their distribution limits

Kalpowar Queen FPA88 (33ha), AMVF, dry sclerophyll open forest, Spp of note: Black Breasted Button Quail, Notelaea johnsonii, Planchonella spp.





Res

B


Mt Fort Williams to protect rare and threatened spp.

Kalpowar Queen FPA88 to preserve rainforest in which the Kalpowar Queen is featured (42m and 129cm DBH



36

WOOwOON

GA

SF 287TFY 1015

SA27: ANVF, MVF, USF vine thickets,

Spp of Note, Agathis robusta, E. montivaga spp., Powerful Owl



Res

Ref


Protection of the Hoop Pine Gene Pool, wide range of plant communities

4 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

topographic isolation, area should be surveyed for fauna


39

YANDARAN

SF 723FTY 1394



Res

Ref


1 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

No

Reserve

Name

LOTPLAN

Site Description

Value

Management Issues

47

WOOMBALI

SF 54FTY 1683

Bania SAPD9.4, (3148ha) notophyll vine forest (including ANVF), open forest eucalypt forest and undisturbed sub-tropical rainforest, Spp of note: Araucaria cunninghamii, Argyrodendron trifoliolatum, and a host of Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds and Mammals uncommon to the area

Res

B


area contains the largest continuous patch of rainforest in SEQ and represents an unique biological community

49

WONBAH

SF 381FTY 954




Res

Ref


at least 5 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites

50

BINGERA

SF 840FTY 1633

SA28 (386ha), local complex wallum vegetation, Spp of note: Syncarpia glomulifera

Goodwood SAPD9.1 (370ha), open forest, woodland, Spp of note: E. hallii, M. cheelii.



Res

Ref


B

SA28 - Preservation of wallum on groundwater podsol soil type
Goodwood SA to protect restricted spp of E. hallii (Goodwood Gum)

11 QLD Herbarium research sites



51

CORDALBA

SF 832FTY 1631

Zillmans SA62 (2.7ha),

Cordalba SA: only known stand of Alectryon ramiflorus (36 in total), Araucarian mycrophyll vine forest, open forest, dry sclerophyll forest. Branch Creek FPA74 (64ha)

MtMary Smokes FPA75 (18ha)


Res

Ref


B

Research licence issued on bird spp.

Zillmans SA62 Cordalba SA: only known stand of Alectryon ramiflorus (36 in total),

11 QLD Herbarium research sites


54

BANIA

SF 370FTY 486




Res

Ref


At least 3 QLD Herbarium research sites

57

MT. PERRY

TR 157FTY 1077

Scientific Area 55: (120ha) Second largest sample of Eucalyptus virens in Australia, also E. rhombica and other R/T plant spp. Open dry sclerophyll forest

Res

B





58

BOOYAL

SF1068FTY 1285




Res

Ref


2 QLD Herbarium research sites

60

ST. MARY’S

SF 57FTY 1288

Open eucalypt forest, RTS include Yellow Bellied Glider

Protected area 58, Myrtle Creek FPA (38ha), RTS, Agathis robusta. Communities of rainforest, spotted gum forest, heathlands and cypress pine. Undiscribed species of Quassia. Mt. Benarige - remnant Fraser Island vegetation on ridges




Res

B


Study on yellow bellied glider

Montreal indicator project, Management Unit , DNR/DPI

Fire research site est. by N. Henry ca. 40 years ago.


64

GOOD NIGHT SCRUB

SF 169FTY 1702

Good Nigh Scrub SA50: (230ha), MVF, large natural Hoop Pine Areas, A. cunninghamii

Res

Ref


B

Area gazetted to conserve and protect remnant vine forests and stands of Hoop Pine

5 QLD Herbarium research sites



No

Reserve

Name

LOTPLAN

Site Description

Value

Management Issues

66

GOOD NIGHT SCRUB

SF 169FTY 1702

FPAPD9.106, (39ha) Araucaria cunninghamii and undisturbed Hoop Pine scrub


Res

Ref


B

Area gazetted to conserve and protect remnant vine forests and stands of Hoop Pine

6 QLD Herbarium research sites



68

WONGAI

SF1294FTY 1705

Saltwater Creek SA60, (470ha): restricted distribution of Melaleuca cheeli, Casuarina glauca, and E. citriodora rainforest, woodland, open forest and heathland Lanthall’s Scrub SA58: (72ha), rarely encountered vegetation communities of Acacia baceri, Arytera mycrophylla, Agathis robusta. Northern limit of distribution of eucalyptus spp and communities such as Rose Gum fringing forest.

Res

Ref


B

Radiotracking study of Greater Gliders (DNR)

Tree hollow mortality research (DNR)

25 QLD Herbarium research sites


79

DEGILBO

TR 580FTY 1444

Small patches of Araucarian rainforest with distinct species population. eg. Corynocarpus repestris.

Res

Ref


4 QLD Herbarium research sites

85

TUAN

SF 915FTY 1696

Cowra SA13 (3320ha): RTS include Ground Parrot, Yellow Tuffed Honeyeater, Boronia rivularis, open forest & woodland (eucalypt), woodland paperbark, heathland.

Big Angle SA12 (410ha): open forest

FPA No1 Cowra L.A FPA112 (98ha)

Melaleuca SA11 (346.2ha)



Res

B


SA12 - Experimental study to assess the effects of pine plantations upon the hydrology of an area

Research licence granted for PhD research on frog spp to determine habitat requirements for spp



86

BOOMPA

SF 550FTY 1402




Res

Ref


1 research/reference sites by Qld Herbarium

87

CHER

BOURG

SF 12FTY 323

FPR3 Cherbourg

vegetation - dry sclerophyll forest (7-8ha)



Res
B

Area is to ensure one of the few gene pools of E. bakeri that occurs in SF’s

88

MARY

BOROUGH

SF 57FTY 1519

SA55 (120ha), second largest example known of Eucalyptus virens in Australia, open dry sclerophyll forest. E. virens usually occurs west of the Dividing Range and some extensive stands of veg. have recently been located by the Qld Herbarium.


Res

Ref


B

2 research/reference sites by Qld Herbarium

91

WOOCOO

SF 38FTY 1396

Stoney Range SA73 (243ha), Spp of note: Giant Ironwood, AMVF, open forest, dry sclerophyll forest

Maryborough SA73



Res

Ref


1 QLD Herbarium research / reference site

96

GLENBAR

SF 50FTY 1641




Res

Ref


2 QLD Herbarium research / reference site

No

Reserve

Name

LOTPLAN

Site Description

Value

Management Issues

104

BAN BAN

SF 259FTY 1508



Res

Ref


3 QLD Herbarium research / reference site

107

BAUPLE

SF 958FTY 1578

open eucalypt forest, site of long term forest experimentation. Spp of note: Yellow tufted Honeyeater, Yellow Bellied Glider, Black Chinned Honeyeater.

Res

B


used as research site to collect base data for other research sites

study of fire on forest bird communities

research licence on bird spp granted

Research licence granted for PhD research on frog spp to determine habitat requirements for spp



108

GLENBAR

SF 529FTY 1257




Res

Ref


1 QLD Herbarium research / reference site

109

TOOLARA

SF1004FTY 1659

Dogrell’s Tree FPA93 (15ha), closed forest, stands of White Beech

The Lagoons SA26 (670ha)

James Ray’s Boronia SA3 (1.3ha), area contains a series of unique waterholes and their ecosystems, Spp of note: Quasia bidwilli, rare understorey spp., open forest Shrubland


Res

B


FPA93 to protect a stand of large Gympie measmates, and white beech

SA26 to protect waterholes and their ecosystems





112

BINJOUR



SF1072FTY 1564

Fontainea Scrub Scientific Area, open eucalypt forest, forest areas contain patches of semi-evergreen vine thickets, RTS recorded

Res

B


threatened by grazing, weed invasion and fire

114

GRONGAH

SF 67FTY 1173

Boonara Ck. FPA PD 13.14 Dry sclerophyll forest, native grasses and riparian vegetation

FPA15 (180ha) large stand of Araucarian rainforest., AMVF, ANVF



Res

Ref


B

area retained its natural state that reflect forest types that confronted early settlers

5 QLD Herbarium research / reference sites





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