The NSW Government's vision for the South East and Tabelands is a borderless region in Australia’s most geographically diverse natural environment with the nation’s capital at its heart.
To achieve this vision, the Government has set four goals for the region:
A borderless region in Australia’s most geographically diverse natural environment with the nation’s capital at its heart.Read More
The region includes the alpine environment of Australia’s highest mountains, the State’s only wilderness coastline, rural landscapes and national parks. It is home to more than 100 threatened plant species, 112 threatened animal species and 13 endangered ecological communities.Read More
The South East and Tablelands is home to some of the most diverse communities in NSW, with a rich heritage; distinctive rural, alpine or coastal character; and strong relationships with Canberra.Read More