The Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves (CERRA) World Heritage Site is made up of a number of non-contiguous areas of national park and reserve land in North-East New South Wales and South-East Queensland. They can be geographically grouped into 8 distinct regions:
The Barrington GroupEdit
The Border (Tweed Volcano) GroupEdit
- 2 Border Ranges National Park.
- 3 Lamington National Park. 20,600 hectares (51,000 acres) of rainforest on the Lamington Plateau of the McPherson Range, known for its birdlife, ancient trees, waterfalls, walking tracks and mountain views.
- 4 Mount Warning National Park (Wollumbin National Park).
- 5 Nightcap National Park.
- 6 Springbrook National Park.
Focal Peak GroupEdit
- 7 Mount Barney National Park (part of).
- Mount Clunie Flora Reserve.
- Mount Nothofagus Flora Reserve.
- 8 Toonumbar National Park (part of).
Gibraltar Range GroupEdit
Hastings - Macleay GroupEdit
The Iluka GroupEdit
- 13 Iluka Nature Reserve.
Main Range GroupEdit
- Goomburra State Forest.
- 14 Main Range National Park.
- Spicers Gap State Forest.
New England GroupEdit
- 15 Dorrigo National Park.
- 16 New England National Park.
- 17 (No name), Coffs Harbour. Found on the 21st of May 2021, it is believed to be one of the oldest rainforests in the world.