Gifts and benefits register 2020–21

    1 July to 30 September 2021

    Schedule of reportable gifts and benefits given
    Date GivenDescription of gift or benefitValue $Name of donorName of recipientReasons for accepting or giving (what is the benefit to the Queensland community)
    22/06/2021*Breakfast at launch of A New Chapter, Opportunityto seed new industries for Queensland2,117.51Julie Playford8 DES employees
    7 other government employees
    47 external attendees
    Breakfast was provided to celebrate the launch of A New Chapter, Opportunity to seed new industries for Queensland. Individual gifts total $34.00 and excluded from reportable gifts.
    19/07/2021400L Fire Unit900.00QPWS&P Northern RegionBuubu Gujin Aboriginal CorporationTo assist with fire management in the area and fire burn operations with QPWS&P
    21/07/2021Catering at second rountable meeting of Deputy Vice-Chancellor's Research for 202171.50Professor Hugh PossinghamProf John Bell
    Prof Chris Cocklin
    Prof Mario Pinto
    Prof Roland De Marco
    Prof Grant Stanley
    Prof Bronwyn Harch
    Prof Keitha Dunstan
    Prof Christopher Barner-Kowolik
    Prof Mary Spongberg
    Chris Locke
    The DVCsR meeting is a collaborative meeting that is held thrice every year. Highly valued discussions and working relationships are built during these meetings and it is important to maintain these. Individually gifts total $6.50 and excluded from reportable gifts.
    23/07/2021Fire Unit QPWS042 - 3000L Slip on Fire unit800.00QPWS&P Central RegionBush Heritage Australia Longreach QLDTo assist with fire management in the area and fire burn operations with QPWS&P

    * Gift given in previous quarter and recorded in the current quarter.

    Schedule of reported gifts and benefits received
    Date ReceivedDescription of gift receivedValue
    $
    Name of DonorName of RecipientGifts retained by employee or by agencyGift Received Reason
    04/11/2020*Lunch50.00Hidden Vale Wildlife CentreProfessor Hugh PossinghamRetained by the employeeProfessor Hugh Possingham was a guest speaker at a networking event, organised by University of Southern Queensland, which included lunch and a tour of the site
    02/12/2020*Maxwell and Williams cookie from TERN30.00TERN Board, Beryl Morris,
    The University of Queensland
    Professor Hugh PossinghamRetained by the employeeGift received for accepting the to be the Chair of TERN Board for 2021
    08/12/2020*The Queensland Future Conversation: Queensland's road to recovery from COVID-19 Breakfast Seminar20.00The University of QueenslandLauren StephensonRetained by the employeeCollaborating with UQ to deliver one of our programs, Science in Parliament early next year
    25/03/2021*Bottle of wine - 2017 Hidden Creek Shiraz36.00Queensland Tourism Industry Council (QTIC)Ben KlaassenRetained by agencyAttendee gift at QTIC function
    13/07/2021One complimentary ticket to Queensland Bioeconomy Forum 2021110.00Clair Blain, Life Sciences QueenslandJulia PlayfordRetained by the employeeQueensland Bioeconomy forum 2021 was an opportunity to network with industry leaders and to develop relationships to enhance Science in Queensland.
    22/07/2021Light lunch provided at an inspection10.00Jellinbah Group - Lake Vermont MineNaomi Camilleri
    Matthew Barden
    Retained by the employeeMeals were accepted as they were on the mine site and the lunch was paid for without prior arrangement.
    23/07/2021Light lunch provided at an inspection10.00BHP - Peak Downs MineNaomi Camilleri
    Matthew Barden
    Retained by the employeeMeals were accepted as they were on the mine site and the lunch was paid for without prior arrangement.
    18/08/2021Donation given to David Fleay Wildlife Park1,500.00Brian HarkinsDavid Fleays Wildlife ParkRetained by agencyVoluntary donation
    18/08/2021One bottle of wine20.00Sunny View Property Pty Limited, trading as Vibe Hotel Gold CoastZoe KempRetained by the employeeAppreciation gift for being a repeat customer at a time when hotels are experiencing low occupancy rates
    20/08/2021Lunch16.00Mark Forster, Arista NetworksChristian WitteRetained by the employeeStakeholder engagement
    20/08/2021Lunch34.00Mark Forster, Arista NetworksRyan TurnerRetained by the employeeStakeholder engagement
    24/08/2021Small chocolate bar, small local coffee bag and 2 essential oils30.00Pullman International CairnsNicole NashRetained by the employeeSite visit courtesy
    25/08/2021Bottle of wine - Bioeconomy Forum17.00Clair Blain, Life Sciences QueenslandProfessor Hugh PossinghamRetained by the employeeGift received for chairing the Bioeconomy Forum
    25/08/2021One complimentary ticket to Queensland Bioeconomy Forum 2021110.00Clair Blain, Life Sciences QueenslandDamian LovejoyRetained by the employeeQueensland Bioeconomy forum 2021 was an opportunity to network with industry leaders and to develop relationships to enhance Science in Queensland.
    25/08/2021One complimentary ticket to Queensland Bioeconomy Forum 2021110.00Clair Blain, Life Sciences QueenslandGabrielle van WilligenRetained by the employeeQueensland Bioeconomy forum 2021 was an opportunity to network with industry leaders and to develop relationships to enhance Science in Queensland.
    25/08/2021One complimentary ticket to Queensland Bioeconomy Forum 2021 (Officer did not attend due to illness)110.00Clair Blain, Life Sciences QueenslandAllison BambrickRetained by the employeeQueensland Bioeconomy forum 2021 was an opportunity to network with industry leaders and to develop relationships to enhance Science in Queensland.
    25/08/2021One complimentary ticket to Queensland Bioeconomy Forum 2021 (Officer did not attend due to illness)110.00Clair Blain, Life Sciences QueenslandMeredith NolanRetained by the employeeQueensland Bioeconomy forum 2021 was an opportunity to network with industry leaders and to develop relationships to enhance Science in Queensland.
    25/08/2021Bottle of wine20.00CEO of Life Sciences QueenslandStewart J MacIntryeRetained by the employeeGift received in recognition for being on the organising committee for the  Queensland Bioeconomy Forum 2021
    25/08/2021One bottle of wine - The Hills Chardonnay25.00Life Sciences QueenslandJulia PlayfordRetained by the employeeGift received as a thank you for Dr Playford's support for the Queensland Bioeconomy Forum 2021
    03/09/2021Puzzle25.00Science Teachers Association of QueenslandProfessor Hugh PossinghamRetained by the employeeGift received as a thank you for being a speaker at the Science Teachers Association of Queensland dinner
    07/09/2021Queensland Government T-shirt25.00Threatened Species Operations, QPWSPProfessor Hugh PossinghamRetained by the employeeGift received for being a speaker at the National Threatened Species Day event
    13/09/2021Bacon (sliced c. 300g), Sausages (c. 12), pork mince (c. 750g) 20.00Melanie and Robert Leather (Barfield Station, via Banana)Daniel FergusonRetained by the employeeThe owners of the property on which I was working (wildlife surveys) had slaughtered a large pig and prepared meat products from it. The owners insisted on us accepting the gift. 
    13/09/2021Bacon (sliced c. 300g), Sausages (c. 12), pork mince (c. 750g) 20.00Melanie and Robert Leather (Barfield Station, via Banana)Michael MathiesonRetained by the employeeThe owners of the property on which I was working (wildlife surveys) had slaughtered a large pig and prepared meat products from it. The owners insisted on us accepting the gift. 
    14/09/2021Donation given to David Fleay Wildlife Park253.00Names not requiredDavid Fleays Wildlife ParkRetained by agencyVoluntary donation
    14/09/2021UQ Research and Innovation Awards for Excellence100.00Lauren O'Keeffe, University of QueenslandAllison BambrickRetained by the employeeStakeholder engagement to provide opportunity to hear about achievements from the Unversity of Queensland's Research and Innovation program
    14/09/2021Lunch15.00Jamie Newnham, St Joseph's CollegeProfessor Hugh PossinghamRetained by the employeeNetworking and to promote Science by giving students a greater understanding of career pathways
    15/09/2021Steel promotional pen10.00Jamie Newnham, St Joseph's CollegeProfessor Hugh PossinghamRetained by agencyDelivering a "Meet a Scientist" talk, promoting Science and giving students a greater understanding of career pathways
    15/09/2021Promotional Notebook10.00Jamie Newnham, St Joseph's CollegeProfessor Hugh PossinghamRetained by agencyDelivering a "Meet a Scientist" talk, promoting Science and giving students a greater understanding of career pathways
    15/09/2021Terrace Cookbook50.00Jamie Newnham, St Joseph's CollegeProfessor Hugh PossinghamRetained by agencyDelivering a "Meet a Scientist" talk, promoting Science and giving students a greater understanding of career pathways
    15/09/2021One bottle of wine20.00Sunny View Property Pty Limited, trading as Vibe Hotel Gold CoastZoe KempRetained by the employeeAppreciation gift for being a repeat customer at a time when hotels are experiencing low occupancy rates
    16/09/2021One box of Chinese mooncakes from Breadtop60.00Mr Dechun Chen, Chinese Consulate-General of BrisbaneMaggie GongRetained by the employeeCultural celebration (Chinese Moon Cake Festival)
    16/09/2021One box of Chinese mooncakes from Breadtop60.00Mr Dechun Chen, Chinese Consulate-General of BrisbaneStuart MacIntyreRetained by the employeeCultural celebration (Chinese Moon Cake Festival)
    16/09/2021Lunch15.00Ms Jo Plant, The University of QueenslandMaggie LilithRetained by the employeeNetworking event - courtesy to host (UQ) and opportunity to build relationship with external stakeholder
    16/09/2021Lunch15.00Ms Jo Plant, The University of QueenslandAlexander PrideauxRetained by the employeeNetworking event - courtesy to host (UQ) and opportunity to build relationship with external stakeholder
    27/09/2021Ticket to the Institute of Public Administration Australia's (IPAA) national conference (Brisbane)690.00Institute of Public Administration AustraliaJeffrey IkinRetained by the employeeThe ticket was a prize for providing feedback in a post-event survey for the IPAA 2021 Chief Executives and Young Professionals Breakfast in May 2021.

    * Gift given in previous quarter and recorded in the current quarter.

    1 April to 30 June 2021

    Schedule of reportable gifts and benefits given
    Date GivenDescription of gift or benefitValue $Name of donorName of recipientReasons for accepting or giving (what is the benefit to the Queensland community)
    28/05/2021400L Fire Unit900.00Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships (QPWS&P) Northern RegionJumbun LimitedAssist with fire management in the area and fire burn operations with QPWS&P
    08/06/2021Air fares - Sydney/Brisbane/Sydney and taxi fares - Brisbane airport to Toowong and return451.00Mark KeltonProfessor Richard Kingsford, Director of Centre for Ecosystem Science, University of New South Wales.Participate in the Murray-Darling Basin Aquatic Conservation Assessment workshop in Brisbane on 8 June 2021 as a Expert Panel
    16/06/2021Marine turtle stranding response equipment 960.60QPWS&P Great Barrier Reef and Marine Park (GBR&MP) RegionCairns Turtle Rehabilitation CentreImprove the capacity of volunteers to respond to reports of marine turtle stranding in QLD's marine parks. Different equipment was given to various volunteer groups depending on their needs / requirements / available equipment.
    16/06/2021Marine turtle stranding response equipment 2,441.89QPWS&P GBR&MP RegionMackay and District Turtle Watch AssociationImprove the capacity of volunteers to respond to reports of marine turtle stranding in QLD's marine parks. Different equipment was given to various volunteer groups depending on their needs / requirements / available equipment.
    16/06/2021Marine turtle stranding response equipment 1,578.08QPWS&P GBR&MP RegionFitzroy Basin Association/Team Turtle CQImprove the capacity of volunteers to respond to reports of marine turtle stranding in QLD's marine parks. Different equipment was given to various volunteer groups depending on their needs / requirements / available equipment.
    16/06/2021Marine turtle stranding response equipment 1,207.95QPWS&P GBR&MP RegionGladstone WildlifeImprove the capacity of volunteers to respond to reports of marine turtle stranding in QLD's marine parks. Different equipment was given to various volunteer groups depending on their needs / requirements / available equipment.
    16/06/2021Marine turtle stranding response equipment 388.03QPWS&P GBR&MP RegionGidarjil Development CorporationImprove the capacity of volunteers to respond to reports of marine turtle stranding in QLD's marine parks. Different equipment was given to various volunteer groups depending on their needs / requirements / available equipment.
    16/06/2021Marine turtle stranding response equipment 1,716.53QPWS&P GBR&MP RegionDiscovery Coast Environment GroupImprove the capacity of volunteers to respond to reports of marine turtle stranding in QLD's marine parks. Different equipment was given to various volunteer groups depending on their needs / requirements / available equipment.
    16/06/2021Marine turtle stranding response equipment 1,029.51QPWS&P GBR&MP RegionSea Turtle AllianceImprove the capacity of volunteers to respond to reports of marine turtle stranding in QLD's marine parks. Different equipment was given to various volunteer groups depending on their needs / requirements / available equipment.
    16/06/2021Marine turtle stranding response equipment 2,129.46QPWS&P GBR&MP RegionWildlife Rescue Fraser CoastImprove the capacity of volunteers to respond to reports of marine turtle stranding in QLD's marine parks. Different equipment was given to various volunteer groups depending on their needs / requirements / available equipment.
    16/06/2021Marine turtle stranding response equipment 1,200.00QPWS&P GBR&MP RegionBribie Island Environmental Protection AssociationImprove the capacity of volunteers to respond to reports of marine turtle stranding in QLD's marine parks. Different equipment was given to various volunteer groups depending on their needs / requirements / available equipment.
    16/06/2021Marine turtle stranding response equipment 72.70QPWS&P GBR&MP RegionAndrew Ross (Coochiemudlo Island volunteer)Improve the capacity of volunteers to respond to reports of marine turtle stranding in QLD's marine parks. Different equipment was given to various volunteer groups depending on their needs / requirements / available equipment.
    16/06/2021Marine turtle stranding response equipment 1,209.95QPWS&P GBR&MP RegionOcean Crusaders FoundationImprove the capacity of volunteers to respond to reports of marine turtle stranding in QLD's marine parks. Different equipment was given to various volunteer groups depending on their needs / requirements / available equipment.
    16/06/2021Marine turtle stranding response equipment 1,706.58QPWS&P GBR&MP RegionRedcliffe Environmental ForumImprove the capacity of volunteers to respond to reports of marine turtle stranding in QLD's marine parks. Different equipment was given to various volunteer groups depending on their needs / requirements / available equipment.
    21/06/2021Light attack fire unit2,250.00QPWS&P South West RegionMoon View Nature RefugeImprove the capacity of fire management of the NR and Main Range NP
    Schedule of reportable gifts and benefits received
    Date ReceivedDescription of gift receivedValue $Name of DonorName of RecipientGifts retained by employee or by agencyGift Received Reason
    02/05/2021Air tickets and accommodation1,720.00Ms Nat Raiseback-Brown, Experimental Spatial Scientist, Indigenous Ecological Knowledge, Atlas of Living Australia, CSIROGerry TurpinRetained by agencyMr Turpin was invited to participate in the Noongar-Wadjarl Knowledge Holders Project - Language and Indigenous Ecological Knowledge Recording and Documentation field trip to Fitzgerald River National Park, WA from 2–7 May 2021.

    1 January to 31 March 2021

    Schedule of reportable gifts and benefits given
    Date Given Description of gift or benefit Value $ Name of donor Name of recipient Reasons for accepting or giving (what is the benefit to the Queensland community)
    20/01/2021 Fuel voucher initiative - 10 BP Fuel Vouchers each valued @ $50.00 to 1 Burdekin Landholder 511.00 (includes Merchant fees of $11.00) Department of Environment and Science Burdekin Landholder – Name withheld due to agreements within Landholders to maintain confidentiality. Fuel voucher initiative to show appreciation to land holders for allowing access to wetlands on private property for the Environmental Monitoring Assessment Science, Aquatic Ecosystem Health (EMAS AEH) Wetlands team  to conduct fieldwork. The Department conduct two $500 fuel voucher draws though the program annually. One draw includes owners of newly selected wetlands and one includes owners repeat wetlands.
    18/03/2021 Foam cups, sugar, napkins, tea, coffee, coloured markers 865.00 Department of Environment and Science Maybanke Accommodation and Crisis Support Services  Excess items from training programs and graduate programs no longer being run in person.
    Schedule of reportable gifts and benefits received
    Date Received Description of gift received Value
    $
    Name of Donor Name of Recipient Gifts retained by employee or by agency Gift Received Reason
    17/12/2020* Indigenous artwork  300.00 Liz Clarke Department of Environment and Science Retained by Agency To symbolise the journey of implementing of the Gurra Gurra Framework
    23/02/2021 Science Meets Parliament National Gala Dinner on 29 March 2021 175.00 Misha Schubert, CEO Science & Technology Australia Prof Hugh Possingham Retained by the employee To network with fellow invited guests and Federal Government counterparts to maintain relationships for potential future opportunities with the Office of the Queensland Chief Scientist. 
    26/02/2021 Invitation to event - Queensland Reds v Melbourne Rebels rugby ticket including hospitality in Chairman's suite. 500.00 Queensland Rugby Union Jamie Merrick Retained by the employee Event was an opportunity to engage with organisational and private sector stakeholders on portfolio matters.

    * Gift given in previous quarter and recorded in the current quarter.

    1 October to 31 December 2020

    Schedule of reportable gifts and benefits given
    Date Given Description of gift or benefit Value $ Name of donor Name of recipient Reasons for accepting or giving (what is the benefit to the Queensland community)
    20/08/2020* 400L Fire Unit 900.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Badjuballa Aboriginal Corporation Assist with fire training exercises and joint operations with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships.
    16/09/2020* QLD Online camping voucher 100.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Tim Matthews Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* BCF Gift voucher 200.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Tim Matthews Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* QLD Online camping voucher 100.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Nick Fould Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* BCF Gift voucher 200.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Nick Fould Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* QLD Online camping voucher 100.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Barry Pattrick Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* BCF Gift voucher 200.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Barry Pattrick Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* QLD Online camping voucher 100.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Paul Beerens Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* BCF gift voucher 200.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Paul Beerens Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* QLD Online camping voucher 100.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Nathan McIntosh Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* BCF gift voucher 200.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Nathan McIntosh Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* QLD Online camping voucher 100.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Neil Walker Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* BCF gift voucher 200.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Neil Walker Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* QLD Online camping voucher 100.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Hannah Peart Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* BCF gift voucher 200.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Hannah Peart Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* QLD Online camping voucher 100.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Sean Allen Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* BCF gift voucher 200.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Sean Allen Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* QLD Online camping voucher 100.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Jodee Morgan Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* BCF gift voucher 200.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Jodee Morgan Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* QLD Online camping voucher 100.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Bri Smith Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    16/09/2020* BCF gift voucher 200.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Bri Smith Qld Parks camping holiday giveaway via QLD National Parks Facebook webpage winner.
    22/09/2020* 2 Scarves and 1 Neck Tie 165.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Three Traditional Owners (Maiawali People) Gifts provided to the 3 traditional owners for the celebratory event for the declaration of Pullen Pullen Special Wildlife Reserve.
    23/09/2020* Wrapping paper, cards and bags for above gifts 38.35 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Three Traditional Owners (Maiawali People) Gifts wrapped and cards provided to the 3 traditional owners for the celebratory event for the declaration of Pullen Pullen Special Wildlife Reserve.
    09/10/2020 Light attack fire unit 1,900.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Rural Fire Brigade - Dalrymple Heights Improve the capacity of the Rural Fire Brigade to respond to wildfires.
    14/10/2020 Dixon Ride-on Mower 3,500.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Australian Rainforest Conservation Society Inc. (Dr Aila Keto) Supports the relationship between the department and ARCS, consistent with the Springbrook Restoration Agreement, including ongoing works by ARCS to restore areas of current and future national park.
    20/10/2020 400L Fire Unit 900.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Cape Melville, Flinders and Howick Islands Aboriginal Corporation Assist with fire training exercises and joint operations with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships.
    20/10/2020 400L Fire Unit 900.00 Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships Rinyirru (Lakefield) Aboriginal Corporation Assist with fire training exercises and joint operations with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service and Partnerships.
    17/12/2020 Bose headphones 395.00 Jamie Merrick Eric Deeral, Indigenous Youth Parliament Headphones were a gift to the Department (declared in Q1 2019 FY). Gift was accepted with the intent to re-gift to the Wujal Wujal community. Headphones were used as a prize in the Queensland Indigenous Youth Leadership Program.

    * Gift given in previous quarter and recorded in the current quarter.

    Schedule of reportable gifts and benefits received
    Date Received Description of gift received Value
    $
    Name of Donor Name of Recipient Gifts retained by employee or by agency Reason and/or circumstances the gift was received
    NIL     

    1 July to 30 September 2020

    Schedule of reportable gifts and benefits given
    Date GivenDescription of gift or benefitValue
    $
    Name of donorName of recipientReasons for accepting or giving (what is the benefit to the Queensland community)
    NIL     
    Schedule of reportable gifts and benefits received
    Date ReceivedDescription of gift receivedValue
    $
    Name of DonorName of RecipientGifts retained by employee or by agencyReason and/or circumstances the gift was received
    3/08/2020Air tickets, accommodation and car hire.1,700.00Suzanne Thompson,
    Yumbangku Aboriginal Cultural Heritage & Tourism Development Aboriginal Corporation (YACHATDAC)
    Gracevale Station,
    via Barcaldine, Qld
    Gerry Turpin
    Senior Ethnobotanist
    Qld Herbarium
    Retained by agencyGracevale Station, Barcaldine is approximately 2 days drive from Cairns.
    Travel to the property was needed to carry out cultural recording, ethnobotanical identification and collection training of the Rangers.
    Information will feed into the overall Cultural Management Plan and Framework.

    *Gift received in previous quarter and recorded in the current quarter.