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National Parks Association of NSW National Parks Association of NSW

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Official Name: National Parks Association of NSW
Headquarters: Newtown, NSW, Australia
Members: 5000
Volunteers: 800
Mission: To protect, connect and restore the integrity and diversity of natural systems in NSW and beyond, through national parks, marine sanctuaries and other means.
Slogan: Protecting nature through community action
Language Spoken: English
# Countries Active: Australia
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Phone: (02) 9299 0000
Areas of Focus: Biodiversity, Community Development, Conservation, Ecology
Organisation Type: Non Government

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National Parks Association of NSW

Country: Australia

About Us

We are a non-government conservation organisation that seeks to protect, connect and restore the integrity and diversity of natural areas in NSW through campaigning, community activities and bushwalking.

Working in conjunction with committed grassroots advocates and groups throughout NSW for over five decades, we have collectively secured 700 protected areas covering 6.5 million on the land including Kosciuszko and the Blue Mountains and 66,000 hectares of NSW waters. This year we will be trying to save the Travelling Stock Route network and to create a multiple use Sydney Marine Park.
NPA is making a positive contribution to nature conservation in NSW. You can help us make a difference, become a member of NPA today.

How to donate

Financial support is key to our success. We could not accomplish the protection and good management of millions of hectares National Parks without donations.

By donating to NPA today you will provide us with the vital resources that allow us to:

    * Fight for better park management and increased protection for natural NSW
    * Respond to new situations that could lead to increased protection for our natural environment
    * Educate local communities about the natural riches they have on their doorstep and how to keep them there
    * Involve everyday people in conservation and recreational activities that promote enjoyment of our national parks and appreciation.

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