Approved NSW and National Recovery Plan for the Grevillea beadleana
Threatened Species Unit, North East Branch
New South Wales Department of Environment and Conservation, 2004
ISBN: 174122 135 8
1. Current Conservation Status
Grevillea beadleana McGillivray (Proteaceae) has been listed as Endangered on both the New South Wales (NSW) Threatened Species Conservation Act, 1995 (TSC Act) and the Commonwealth Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act, 1999 (EPBC Act) because it is likely to become extinct in nature in NSW unless the circumstances and factors threatening its survival and evolutionary development cease to operate. At two locations population sizes have been reduced to such a critical level, and the habitat has been so drastically altered, that the species is in immediate danger of extinction. The species is only known to occur in northern NSW.