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Goonengerry is a small village in New South Wales, Australia, 626 km northeast of Sydney, in the hinterland of Byron Bay.

Goonengerry National Park lies within the Nightcap Range Important Bird Area, identified by BirdLife International because it contains the largest known population of Albert’s lyrebirds, as well as several other significant bird species.

Goonengerry National Park is part of the Northern Rivers Region and Border Ranges Planning Area.
Goonengerry National Park includes areas of rainforest and wet sclerophyll.
Goonengerry has a high annual rainfall.
This area is part of the Great Eastern Ranges Conservation Corridor.

Properties participating in the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative

Council maps indicate location and boundaries.
Goonengerry Landcare worked sites
Terrestrial Ecoregions in Australia
Major Vegetation Groups in Australia
World rainforest location