The Canobolas Conservation Alliance, or its members and friends, have produced a number of publications on the biodiversity of Mt Canobolas and the issue of mountain biking in the State Conservation Area, which can be downloaded by clicking on the links within the titles below. These include brochures, a newsletter for members, scientific reports, a submission to Government and a scientific paper. The dreaming story of Gaanha-bula (Mt Canobolas) by Wiradjuri elder Uncle Neil Ingram Snr is also provided.
Mt Canobolas Fact Sheet
Mt Canobolas Area Bird List (compiled – Atlas of Living Australia, eBird and Birdata).
Secret Treasures of Mt Canobolas
Newsletter 1 – September 2021
Newsletter 2 – December 2021
Newsletter 3 – March 2022
‘The Three Brothers’, Wiradjuri Dreaming Story of Gaanha-bula (Mt Canobolas) as told by Uncle Neil Ingram Snr.
Bower CC (2021). Biodiversity Values, and Constraints on Development, in the Mount Canobolas
State Conservation Area. Canobolas Conservation Alliance Inc., Orange.
Bower CC (2019). Post-Fire Survey of Terrestrial Orchids in the Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area. Report to NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Bathurst.
Bower CC (2020). Post-Fire Survey of Terrestrial Orchids in the Mount Canobolas State Conservation Area – Season 2, 2019. Report to NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Bathurst.
Kerle, A. (2019). Mount Canobolas Fauna Survey 24 – 29 March 2019. Report to the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service, Bathurst.
Submission to NPWS (NSW Parks and Wildlife Service) Mountain Biking Strategy – January 2022
Nomination of the Mt Canobolas State Conservation Area as an Area of Outstanding Biodiversity Value.
Medd RW and Bower CC (2019). Biodiversity and Endemism within the Mount Canobolas Volcanic Complex. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 141, S45-S83.