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Links to resources on Biodiversity:


  • Atlas of Living Australia

    The Atlas of Living Australia provides everyone from scientists to school students and land managers with free online access to a vast repository of information about Australia’s biodiversity. It brings together information that used to be fragmented across biological collections, institutions and government agencies.

  • Cooks River / Castlereagh Ironbark Forest

    Cooks River/Community information about the Castlereagh Ironbark Forest is listed as an endangered ecological community under the Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995.

  • Greenway Flora

    A comprehensive review and list of the plants native to the GreenWay and the Cooks River Valley

  • Missing Jigsaw Pieces: The Bushplants of the Cooks River Valley (20MB)

    This publication by Doug Benson, Danie Ondinea and Virginia Bear has been reproduced as a PDF with permission from the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney. Please note this is a large file of 20MB.

  • Native Plants of the Cooks River Valley

    A brochure produced by Marrickville Council listing a selection of plants native to the local area.

  • Useful Plants of the Cooks River

    A poster produced by Marrickville Council featuring traditional knowledge.