Northern Beaches Council is responsible for over 145 bushland and wetland reserves covering an area of 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.
A small bushland reserve located in Belrose
Eight Lots make up a large portion of the reserve were named after Betty Morrison who bequeathed the land above Bungan Beach.
Bilarong Reserve located at North Narrabeen on the shores of Narrabeen Lagoon contains 5.3 hectares of open space and riparian bushland.
Just off The Serpentine at Bilgola Beach is the Bilgola North Headland.
Blue Gum Reserve is a small reserve in Frenchs Forest
Boronia Reserve is located in Belrose
Botham Beach is a small reserve on the waterfront at Church Point.
The Brick Pit reserve is located in Brookvale at the end of Consul Road.
Burnt Bridge Creek Bushland Reserve runs along Burnt Bridge Creek from Seaforth and Nth Balgowlah
Bushranger's Hill Reserve is located above Bungan Beach.