Department of the Environment and Heritage, March 2012
- The Nationally Protected Arnhem Plateau Sandstone Shrubland Complex Fact sheet (PDF - 337 KB)| (Word - 3.3 MB)
About this fact sheet
The Arnhem Plateau Sandstone Shrubland Complex or Arnhem Shrubland Complex is an ecological community of national conservation significance comprised mostly of native shrubs, grasses and animals living in rock country. It is a vital habitat to a big number of plants and animals in Australia's Top End and is now protected under federal environment law, the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).
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