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Currawinya National Park Draft Management Plan

Have your say on the future management of Currawinya National Park.

The Budjiti People are the Traditional Owners of Currawinya National Park­—a cultural landscape that is the birthplace of Budjiti language, customs, traditions and practices and a resting place for their ancestors. Located in south-western Queensland on the border with New South Wales, the park protects internationally significant wetlands, threatened species habitat and a rich pastoral history.

The Budjiti People and the Department of Environment and Science (DES) have prepared a draft management plan for Currawinya National Park.

The draft management plan identifies 7 key values for management focus:

  • Budjiti cultural values and connection to Country
  • Artesian springs (category 1 and 2)
  • Mulka (mulga) community
  • Lakes, other wetland systems and catchment:
    • Lakes and other wetland systems
    • Catchment (including creeks and rivers)
  • Bilby
  • Historical pastoral landscape

The draft management plan is accompanied by the Currawinya Resource Information document, both are available for download from the DES website.

Members of the community are encouraged to review and put forward their views on these draft planning documents by making a submission. All submissions will be considered when preparing the final management plan.

The closing date for submissions is 11 August 2020.

Thank you for your continued interest in the management of Queensland’s protected areas. For further information on the management planning process please visit www.des.qld.gov.au.

Written submissions

What to include in your submission

All submissions will be carefully reviewed against set criteria. To ensure your submission is effective please use the feedback form template, be clear and concise and include the following:

  • Planning document's name
  • Page number, paragraph, key value, level of service and/or the strategic management direction you are commenting on
  • The aspects you support, or do not support, and reason for this position
  • Suggested changes with supporting references, data and/or information.

Any submission that is based on inaccurate information, provides an open ended statement that is intangible, or is outside the scope of the planning process, will not have influence on management decisions.

How to lodge a submission

Written submissions can be lodged:

By email to ParkManagementPlans@des.qld.gov.au

By post to:

Planning Manager
Management and Operations | QPWS and Partnerships
Department of Environment and Science
PO Box 15187
City East Qld 4002

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Last updated
 13 July 2020

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