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Muogamarra Nature Reserve is a place of unique beauty and scientific value located on the northern edge of Sydney, between Cowan and the Hawkesbury River. Pronounced Moo-o-ga-marra, it is an Aboriginal word of the Awabagal meaning ‘preserve the future’ which indicates the purpose this area has been dedicated.
The reserve covers approximately 2,500 ha of pristine bushland and other important environments and is currently managed by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife.
Together with the interesting geological formations, the area is very well known for the Aboriginal engraving sites and early European heritage sites, including evidence of a convict road and associated school.
Visit National Parks and Wildlife Service for information about the site including some track information.
View images of Muogamarra over the years by visiting the Playing With Time: Exploring Muogamarra Google Site.
address Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, Bobbin Head Road Picnic Area, North Turramurra NSW 2074
telephone 02 9457 8245
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work. We would like to pay our respects to the Elders, past, present and emerging and acknowledge our Aboriginal Elders and knowledge holders who have helped us to understand the special connection Aboriginal Peoples have with the land.
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