National Parks heading in a new direction

Stephen Burns
Updated February 28 2023 - 8:28am, first published February 15 2023 - 7:00am
The southern wall of the Yanga homestead where the original redgum slabs are still in place, but deteriorating from lack of maintenance. Photo: Andy Millar
The southern wall of the Yanga homestead where the original redgum slabs are still in place, but deteriorating from lack of maintenance. Photo: Andy Millar

Towards the end of 2022, a proposal entitled 'Development of a new Aboriginal joint management model for NSW national parks' was released by the State of NSW and Department of Planning and Environment

Stephen Burns

Stephen Burns

Journalist, Wagga Wagga

Jackaroo on Merino sheep studs in the Riverina, a lifetime working on the land with sheep, cropping and cattle. Graduate Charles Sturt Uni with degree in Business and a Dean's Certificate. Graduate C.B. Alexander Agricultural College

Get the latest NSW news in your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date.

We care about the protection of your data. Read our Privacy Policy.