A Crown Plan is a survey drawing that illustrates the land boundaries and physical features of specific parcels of Crown Land. 

These plans date back to the late 1700’s and may include references to some of the early tenures and ownership of the land.

What is Crown Land?

Crown land is owned by the government on behalf of the people of New South Wales, and is under the control, maintenance and care of the Minister of Lands. The Minister of Lands has the power to delegate it for future special purposes or sell or dispose of the land.

Crown Land can be held under any title system, whether it be Torrens Title, Old System or Crown Title.

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