We need your help URGENTLY!
Radiata Plateau, accessed via Pulpit Hill Road Katoomba, is home to rare and threatened species, is culturally significant to the Aboriginal community and is a magnet for bushwalkers, birdwatchers, and rock climbers. It is the last remaining undeveloped peninsula-plateau in the upper Blue Mountains.
The local community have campaigned for thirty years to have the Plateau’s important biodiversity and heritage values conserved as well as maintaining public access.
This may be the last chance to have Radiata Plateau acquired by the NSW Government and included in the national park system, safeguarding the Plateau’s biodiversity and heritage values and ensuring ongoing public access.
Find out how you can help save the Plateau – go to "what you can do"