Northern Beaches Council is responsible for over 300 bushland and wetland reserves covering around 1700ha.
The primary purpose of these reserves is for the conservation of natural values; however they are also important from a social, cultural, recreational and historical perspective.
These reserves are home to an array of native flora and fauna often providing the last remaining refuges for threatened species.
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Algona Reserve is a small example of bushland containing regionally significant plant species
Allenby Park covers 42 hectares in the suburbs of Allambie Heights, Beacon Hill and Brookvale.
The reserve is located in Duffy's Forest and is habitat for a number of threatened flora and fauna species due to its relatively large size, good condition and connectivity to the national park.
Angophora Reserve is located in the suburbs of Avalon and Clareville.
Anzac Reserve located in Collaroy contains several vegetation communities and is an important wildlife corridor to Collaroy Plateau.
Ararat reserve contains a small bushland reserve to the south of the playing fields which also form part of the Bantry Bay Bushland Reserves.
A nature reserve which boasts a 1km steep rugged walk with spectacular views of Newport and Bilgola Beaches.
Bangalley Head is one of the largest bushland reserves on the Northern Beaches coastline.
Located between Wakehurst Parkway and Bantry Bay Road
Located in Seaforth adjacent to Manly Warringah War Memorial Park