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Amendments to Protected Areas—14 December 2018 (Sub.Leg. 2018 No. 220)

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Details of amendment

Baga National Park (formerly Mount Jim Crow National Park) Livingstone Shire Council The purpose of the amendment is to alter the name of Mount Jim Crow National Park to Baga National Park, described as lot 893 on plan NPW29, containing an area of about 144 hectares.
Dryander National Park Whitsunday Regional Council The purpose of the amendment is to dedicate an area of 93.728 hectares, being unallocated State land, described as lot 293 on plan HR176, and combine the area with the existing Dryander National Park.
Maalan (formerly Malaan) National Park Tablelands Regional Council The purpose of the amendment is to alter the name of Malaan National Park to Maalan National Park. After the completion of an up-to-date plan, Maalan National Park to be described as lots 1 and 175 on AP22495, containing an area of about 2473 hectares.
Oakview National Park Gympie Regional Council The purpose of the amendment is to dedicate an area of about 723.651 hectares, being unallocated State land, described as lots 454 and 456 on plan LX710, and combine the area with the existing Oakview National Park.
Pumicestone National Park Moreton Bay Regional Council and Sunshine Coast Regional Council The purpose of the amendment was to correct an erroneous area description of the national park. After the completion of an up-to-date plan, Pumicestone National Park to be described as lots 2, 9, 14, 24 to 26, 28, 105, 128 and 611 on AP22476, containing an area of about 1013.2587 hectares.
Wrattens National Park Gympie Regional Council The purpose of the amendment is to dedicate an area of about 758.774 hectares, being unallocated State land, described as lot 55 on plan LX1044 and lot 42 on plan LX2577, and combine the area with the existing Wrattens National Park.
Earl Hill Conservation Park Cairns Regional Council The purpose of the amendment is to dedicate an area of 53.8275 hectares, being unallocated State land, described as lot 202 on SP178664, as the new Earl Hill Conservation Park.
Magnetic Island Conservation Park 1 Townsville City Council The purpose of the amendment is to dedicate an area of about 64.098 hectares, being unallocated State land, described as lot 1 on AP22486, as the new Magnetic Island Conservation Park 1. The amendment is a requirement of the Wulgurukaba People ILUA executed between the Wulgurukaba People and the State of Queensland.
Magnetic Island Conservation Park 2 Townsville City Council The purpose of the amendment is to dedicate an area of about 13.773 hectares, being unallocated State land, described as 1 on AP22487, as the new Magnetic Island Conservation Park 2. The amendment is a requirement of the Wulgurukaba People ILUA executed between the Wulgurukaba People and the State of Queensland.
Walter Hill Range Conservation Park Cassowary Coast Regional Council The purpose of the amendment is to correct an erroneous area description of the conservation park. After the completion of an up-to-date plan, Walter Hill Range Conservation Park to be described as lots 1 and 112 on AP22491, containing an area of about 111.576 hectares.
Wrattens Conservation Park Gympie Regional Council The purpose of the amendment is to dedicate an area of 555.229 hectares, being unallocated State land, described as lot 58 on plan LX799, and combine the area with the existing Wrattens Conservation Park.
Heathlands Resources Reserve Cook Shire Council

The purpose of the amendment is to revoke an area of 9.3831 hectares, described as lot 1 on SP288875, lot 2 on SP288876, lot 3 on SP296927 and lots 35 to 37 on SP296936, containing an area of 9.3831 hectares, to correct the erroneous dedication of State land as Heathlands Resources Reserve. The amendment also corrects an erroneous survey plan (SP288875), resulting in an additional reduction of 2.1775 hectares due to a recalculation of the area via an Identification Survey.

The amendment enables the traditional owners to pursue economic opportunities in the Cockatoo Creek and Captain Billy Landing areas and re-establish cultural ties to the land.

Last updated
31 January 2019