Beverley Blacklock Reserve Action Plan

Willoughby City Council welcomes your feedback regarding the review of the Reserve Action Plan for Beverley Blacklock Reserve, Castlecrag. Council would like to know how you use the reserve and what do you see as management priorities for the protection of bushland.

Your comments are important and will give us a clear picture of how to proceed with developing a draft Reserve Action Plan. The plan will list bushland management actions for the reserve for a five year period. A copy of the previous plan from 2009 and Council’s Urban Bushland Plan of Management 2014 is available to view in the Document Library section to the right of the page. Please leave your comments in the survey section below.

Beverley Blacklock Reserve is a long, narrow bushland reserve that hugs the south-east corner of the Castlecrag peninsula set on the shores of Middle Harbour. The reserve is named after Beverley Blacklock, a past Castlecrag local who was one of the early bush regenerators within Sydney.

The reserve plays an important role in maintaining the natural landscape character of Castlecrag and provides continuous connectivity of habitats for native wildlife.


Willoughby City Council welcomes your feedback regarding the review of the Reserve Action Plan for Beverley Blacklock Reserve, Castlecrag. Council would like to know how you use the reserve and what do you see as management priorities for the protection of bushland.

Your comments are important and will give us a clear picture of how to proceed with developing a draft Reserve Action Plan. The plan will list bushland management actions for the reserve for a five year period. A copy of the previous plan from 2009 and Council’s Urban Bushland Plan of Management 2014 is available to view in the Document Library section to the right of the page. Please leave your comments in the survey section below.

Beverley Blacklock Reserve is a long, narrow bushland reserve that hugs the south-east corner of the Castlecrag peninsula set on the shores of Middle Harbour. The reserve is named after Beverley Blacklock, a past Castlecrag local who was one of the early bush regenerators within Sydney.

The reserve plays an important role in maintaining the natural landscape character of Castlecrag and provides continuous connectivity of habitats for native wildlife.


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