Mersey White Water Regional Reserve Site Plan

Context

The Mersey White Water Forest Reserve that was once managed by Forestry Tasmania has been transferred to the management of the Parks and Wildlife Service as part of the 2013 Tasmanian Forest Agreement and is now known as the Mersey White Water Regional Reserve. This area of the upper Mersey River between Lake Parangana and Lake Rowallan was burnt in the Mersey Forest Complex of fires started by the lightning strikes on the 13th of January with further impacts occurring during the floods of June 2016. During the fire the bridges, fence and staircase that are upstream of the toilet block at the picnic ground were burnt.

For more information go to the following pages: Mersey White Water Regional Reserve Site Plan  and  Upper Mersey

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