Information for environmental authority holders.
Have your say on the future of environmental regulation in Queensland.
As a part of our plan to tackle plastic pollution, we introduced a ban on some single-use plastic items. Now we want to know what you think about expanding the ban to include other items.
Changes to the way the waste levy operates will take effect from 1 July 2022 to help us reach our goal of becoming a zero-waste society.
The Reef protection regulations are continuing to roll out in more regions with new requirements for grazing in the Fitzroy and sugarcane growing in the Wet Tropics, Burdekin and Mackay Whitsunday from 1 December 2021.
Queensland’s State of the Environment Report 2020 has been released providing a comprehensive assessment of our environmental performance from January 2018 to June 2020.
Find out more about the department’s response to COVID-19.
Learn more about the new Traditional Knowledge Code of Practice, Guidelines and resources for biodiscovery in Queensland.
The Queensland Government is looking for landowners in this area to become environmental offset providers.
July - November is magpie season. Be careful of swooping magpies and check out these important safety tips.
View a full list of Queensland threatened species by wildlife class and year.
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.