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Have your say on Queensland’s Draft Protected Area Strategy

Queensland’s protected areas—including national parks and privately owned nature refuges— are world-renowned for their diversity, unique flora and fauna, and breathtaking scenery. They are the cornerstone of Queensland’s nature conservation programs as they protect our unique biological diversity, which is increasingly important in the face of a changing climate.

Queensland’s state-owned and managed protected areas are also a major drawcard for domestic and international visitors, and play a vital role in delivering significant economic, recreational, and health and wellbeing benefits to Queenslanders.

A draft Queensland Protected Area Strategy has been prepared—it identifies key actions required to expand and effectively manage our terrestrial protected area estate now and into the future.

Have your say
Feedback is sought, in the form of an online survey, on the draft Queensland Protected Area Strategy.

If you would like to provide additional feedback, please send it to

Responses are due by midnight on 24 February 2017.

Your comments and ideas will help shape the final Queensland Protected Area Strategy due to be released in 2017.

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Submit your responses now. Closes 24 February 2017, 11.59pm.

Last updated
30 January 2017

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