Around Townsville National Parks & Reserves

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Wallaman Falls - Australia's highest single fall waterfall. 268 metres high with the pool below going 20 metres deep. Photo: Brian Costelloe.
Wallaman Falls - Australia's highest single fall waterfall. 268 metres high with the pool below going 20 metres deep. Photo: Brian Costelloe.

National parks and reserves in the region Around Townsville include:

To learn more about national parks and reserves in the region Around Townsville, visit the Queensland government's Department of Environment & Resource Management website.


Foundation Projects in Queensland

Koala Conservation Grants in the Redland City Council Area

During 2009 and 2010, the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife, AGA Germany and the Redlands City Council partnered to contribute funds to restore Koala habitats in the Redlands area. With the funds, Koala Conservation Grants of $500 to $2,000 were given to owners of properties in the Redland City Council area that have Koala Conservation Agreements on their properties through the council's Koala Conservation Agreement Program (KCAP).

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Koala Community Plantings

This project will be used to educate the local Redland community on the benefits of restoring a target area for Koalas, wildlife and the local environment. Currently, the site is infested with environmental weeds. Large-scale weed control, site preparation and planting of up to 5000 local native plants will take place on the site. It is the first stage of connecting a corridor for a wildlife and Koala linkage.

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Find out more about the Koala Action Group community plantings in the media!

 
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