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     Queensland Parks &

Wildlife Service


Find a park or forest for picnicking, bushwalking, camping or canoeing.

Find infomation about the park. 

Book and pay online now for camping permits and vehicle access permits  in Queensland National Parks and State Forests.

Natural History Information including geology fauna and flora.



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Wet Tropics Management Authority
An almost endless amount of information available here including wildlife, plants, geology, rainforest eductaion programms, vegetation maps, bushwalking info, evolution of the Wet Tropics , wet tropic specific info etc....The web site is always up to date.
Keep up to date with Wet Tropics news and subscribe to the news letter.
James Cook University
Research Online
ResearchOnline@JCU is the online institutional repository for James Cook University, developed and maintained by Library and Information Services. It contains a growing collection of publications and creative works which form the University’s archive of research outputs of staff and higher degree research post graduate students.

This repository is a source of publicly funded research and is freely available to the community. It enables access to JCU’s research publications, including those with full-text where copyright and confidentiality conditions permit.


It contains records of books, book chapters, journal articles, conference papers, unpublished manuscripts, theses, technical reports, working and discussion papers, fine art, images, audio, music scores and performance videos. Source : JCU


Wildlife Online

Species lists


Wildlife Online ( ) is an application that allows you to request species lists for:

  • protected areas (e.g. national parks, conservation areas)
  • forestry areas (state forests and timber reserves)
  • local government areas.

You can also customise your own search area by using coordinates—latitudes and longitudes.


The Species profile search ) facility also enables you to find species information such as species names, notes and images for Queensland’s native and naturalised plants and animals. You can download species records in a number of formats. Source : Web site QLD Gov

Queensland Government State of Environment Report


About the State of the Environment report

State of the Environment’ reporting is the internationally accepted method for assessing environmental performance. Like many other countries, Australia adopts the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) pressure-state-response approach to state of the environment reporting. Queensland also adopts this approach.

A State of the Environment report is produced every four years for Queensland. This is the sixth report and the first to be prepared in a web-based format. The new format allows users to interact within a web-based environment, interrogating spatial data and maps with regionally-specific interpretive text, tables, graphs and charts.


The data is harvested from a range of thematic sources, and compiled, interpreted and published through the Queensland Government open data portal.

: Web site QLD Gov

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