Figure 4 illustrates a number of jurisdictional boundaries used throughout this content statement. The Gloucester subregion is wholly contained within the area managed by the Hunter-Central Rivers Catchment Management Authority (CMA; DIPNR, 2013) – note that from 1 January 2014, in NSW CMAs have evolved into Local Land Services (LLS). The Gloucester subregion also sits wholly within the Karuah-Manning subregion of the NSW North Coast bioregion designated by the Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation for Australia (IBRA; SEWPaC, 2012). The Gloucester subregion is contained within two NSW local government areas (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2013), being the Gloucester and Great Lakes shires.
Figure 4 Assorted jurisdictional boundaries relative to the Gloucester subregion
Source data: (i) Catchment management authority boundaries from NSW Department of Infrastructure Planning and Natural Resources (DIPNR; 2013), (ii) Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation for Australia (IBRA) boundaries from SEWPaC (2012), and (iii) local government boundaries from Australian Bureau of Statistics (2013).
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