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Flora and Fauna Studies

The Flora and Fauna Studies provide a comprehensive assessment of the current flora and fauna of each reserve. Systematic surveys are undertaken in bushland reserves to produce the studies. The Studies provide recommendations that may assist the Council in the conservation and management of these reserves. They also contribute to a database list of species and the mapping of vegetation communities.

Documents

Ryde Flora and Fauna Study 2018 - Autumn Presentation(PDF, 3MB)  

The 42 parks and reserves studied in 2018 follow on from the 2008 studies. The sites include:

  • Parramatta River Reserves: Banjo Patterson Reserve, Bennelong Park, Bill Mitchell Park, Bremner Park, Glades Bay Park, Kissing Point Park, Koonadan Reserve, Looking Glass Bay Park, Mallee Reserve, Maze Park, Meadowbank Park, Melrose Park, Memorial Park,Morrison Bay Park, Putney Park, Settlers Park, Tyagarah Park,
  • Shrimptons Creek Reserves: Booth Reserve, ELS Hall Park, Flinders Park, Greenwood Park, Quandong Reserve, Santa Rosa Park, Tindarra Reserve and Wilga Park
  • Northern Reserves: Boobajool Reserve, Bundara Reserve, Christie Park, Fielder Park, Kobada Park, Marsfield Park, Myall Reserve, North Ryde Park, Stewart Park, Tasman Park, Trafalgar Park, Waterloo Park, and Yurrah Reserve.
  • Western Reserves: Denistone Park, Lynn Park, Miriam Park and Symons Reserve

Ryde Flora and Fauna Study 2017(PDF, 25MB)

 The 20 parks and reserves studied are located in the following catchments:

  • Upper Buffalo Creek: Aitchandar Park, Barton Reserve, Burrows Park, Field of Mars Reserve, Laurel Park, Minga Reserve, Pidding Park and Tyrell Park
  • Kittys Creek: Kittys Creek Reserve, Martin Reserve, Portius Park and Pryor Park
  • Terrys Creek: Forrester Park, Forsyth Park, Ivanhoe Reserve, Jim Walsh Park, Lucknow Park, Pembroke Park, Somerset  Park and Yarramar Reserve 

To view the 2017 report without appendices, click here(PDF, 22MB)

View the Biodiversity Surveys 2017 Presentation(PDF, 13MB) , prepared by Applied Ecology P/L


Ryde Flora and Fauna Study 2016(PDF, 28MB)

The 6 parks and reserves studied are Brush Farm Park, Lambert Park, Darvall Park, Field of Mars Reserve and the new additions of Bell Park and Outlook Park. The 2016 study may be read in conjunction with the Ryde Flora and Fauna Study 2006 located on this page. To view the 2016 Report without appendices, click here(PDF, 15MB)


Ryde Flora and Fauna Study 2008(PDF, 7MB)

The 35 parks and reserves studied are Aitchandar Park, Banjo Patterson Reserve, Bennelong Park, Boobajool Reserve, Booth Reserve, Bremner Park, Bundara Reserve, Denistone Park, ELS Hall Park, Flinders Park, Glades Bay Park, Greenwood Park, Jim Walsh Park, Kissing Point Park, Kobada Park, Looking Glass Bay Park, Lynn Park, Mallee Reserve, Marsfield Park, Miriam Park, Morrison Bay Park, Myall Reserve, Putney Park, Quandong Reserve, Settlers Park, Stewart Park, Symons Reserve, Tasman Park, Tindarra Reserve, Trafalgar Reserve, Tyagarah Park, Tyrell Park, Waterloo Park, Wilga Park and Yurrah Reserve.


Ryde Flora and Fauna Study 2007(PDF, 6MB)
The 15 parks and reserves studied are Forrester Park, Forsyth Park, Pembroke Park, Lucknow Park, Somerset Reserve, Ivanhoe Reserve, Barton Reserve, Burrows Park, Minga Reserve, Pidding Park, Kittys Creek Reserve, Martin Reserve, Portius Park, Pryor Park and Memorial Park.


Ryde Flora and Fauna Study 2006(PDF, 8MB)
The 4 parks and reserves studied are Brush Farm Park, Lambert Parks, Darvall Park and Field of Mars Reserve.


Ryde Flora and Fauna Study Map 2006 - 2008(PDF, 1MB)
Map of parks and reserves studied from 2006 to 2008.


For further information please contact Manager - The Environment on 9952 8222.

Last updated on 3 July 2018