Abercrombie River National Park
|Abercrombie River National Park|
|Location||New South Wales, Australia|
|Established||22 December 1995|
|Governing body||National Parks and Wildlife Service|
Abercrombie River National Park is a national park in New South Wales, Australia. It is 138 kilometres (86 miles) west of Sydney. The Abercrombie and Retreat Rivers flow through the park. The park protects a large area of open forest, the largest area in this part of New South Wales. There are large trees, Casuarina cunninghamia, growing along the river. The river is normally a series of deep waterholes. In the park there are platypuses, rakalis, wallaroos, red-necked wallabies, swamp wallabies and Eastern Grey Kangaroos.
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- Department of Environment Climate Change and Water Annual Report 2009-10. Department of Environment Climate Change and Water. November 2010. pp. 274–275. . http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/whoweare/deccwar10.htm.
- "Abercrombie River National Park". NSW National Parks. 2011. http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/nationalparks/parkhome.aspx?id=N0093. Retrieved 8 November 2011.
- "Abercrombie River National Park - Plants, animals and landscape". NSW National Parks. 2011. http://greenhouse.nsw.gov.au/NationalParks/parkNature.aspx?id=N0093. Retrieved 8 November 2011.