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View a full list of Queensland threatened species by wildlife class and year.
From 1 June 2021 new or expanding commercial cropping and horticulture activities in all Reef regions on five hectares or more of land that does not have a cropping history, requires an environmental authority (permit).
Remember to follow the simple rules to share the water with these marine animals. Special regulations and restrictions apply.
The Public Register Portal provides improved access to environmental licences and permits information in Queensland.
Find out more about the department’s response to COVID-19.
Queensland's national parks have been given an $8.93 million funding boost as part of the Queensland Government’s economic recovery plan.
Balloons have been identified as one of the most harmful waste items to wildlife, and detrimental to our environment… releasing balloons is also classed as littering and penalties apply.