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Queensland’s Protected Area Strategy 2020-2030 is a ten-year plan for supporting the growth, better management and sustainability of the state’s public protected areas, including our extraordinary national parks and private protected areas.
Find out more about the department’s response to COVID-19.
From 1 December 2020, Reef protection regulations commence for banana growing in the Wet Tropics and beef cattle grazing in the Burdekin. Find out about the requirements.
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Queensland's national parks have been given an $8.93 million funding boost as part of the Queensland Government’s economic recovery plan.
Take a virtual tour of some of the state’s parks and forests thanks to new Google Maps footage!
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