Access and ownership
Protecting and enhancing Crown land is essential for business, tourism, recreation, well-being and biodiversity of the state. Effective management and use of land maintain the high standard we set.
All information on purchasing, closing, permits and council roads including the current regulations.
Water boundary determination
Physical water boundaries can change over time, current land titles may not reflect the location of the actual boundary.
Public works access
Local councils and energy suppliers have specific permissions around accessing and entering Crown land for public works.
Mining and exploration companies searching for the location of mineral and energy resources will need permission before accessing Crown land.
There are more than 6,500 Travelling Stock Reserves on NSW Crown land covering approximately 2 million hectares.
Commons are areas of Crown land set aside to benefit the local community.
Our recreational spaces in NSW are used for a diverse range of activities including camping, surfing, hiking, sport and more.