Latest COVID-19 impacts—Queensland national parks, state forests and recreation areas. Check the latest information and updates.
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Have your say on the draft standard conditions for new or expanded commercial cropping and horticulture under the Reef protection regulations.
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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.
The report highlights the department’s key initiatives and achievements for 2019–2020 including its financial and non-financial performance.
Explore our strategic visualisation tool to understand Queensland’s research strengths and capabilities in seven emerging industries
New climate risk management tools have been developed to help households and small businesses identify and manage climate change risks.
Find out how the Queensland Government is working to reverse the decline in koala populations across SEQ and secure their long-term survival.
Research responses to the COVID-19 pandemic compiled from information provided by Queensland universities and research institutes
New licences have been introduced for keeping, breeding and trading native animals to help ensure viable wild populations are maintained for future generations.
Queensland National Parks are full of unforgettable moments—whether you’re camping, exercising or simply reconnecting with nature, there’s an outdoor experience for everyone! So ‘Think outside’ and find your next adventure now!
Enhance your visit to Springbrook National Park and David Fleay Wildlife Park by downloading the free MyRanger app. It provides loads of info, interactive maps, and virtual ranger-guided tours featuring augmented reality wildlife!
Queensland's national parks have been given an $8.93 million funding boost as part of the Queensland Government’s economic recovery plan.
The Gurra Gurra Framework 2020–2026 contains ten initiatives that will help the department to reframe relationships with First Nations peoples by holding Country and people at the centre of all that we do, from policies...
Take a virtual tour of some of the state’s parks and forests thanks to new Google Maps footage!
The Minjerribah Protected Area Expansion Strategy outlines the prospective staged expansion of national park and other protected areas on North Stradbroke Island.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Queenslanders and the Queensland Government have a new way of working together on the journey to reconciliation.