Protecting Nature Protects Our Way Of Life.

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Queenslanders love the great outdoors and we're known for our state pride...

But there’s a few things you might not know about our beautiful state.

Queensland is rich in living cultural heritage of First Nations people , which is intimately linked to the health of the landscape.

We have twice as many species of native plants and animals as any other Australian state or territory.

But it's not all good news. Queensland currently boasts the lowest percentage of protected areas compared to other states and territories.

There’s so much to lose!

If we don't act soon to protect beautiful Queensland, we stand to lose:

Bather beside outdoor natural pool in beautiful Queensland

The most valuable and vulnerable landscapes are being lost to inappropriate development.

Over a thousand species of plants and animals already classified as rare or endangered in Queensland.

Access to and enjoyment of nature is central to our Queensland way of life.

Latest news

Jun 14, 2024

New national parks welcomed as logging winds up in south east Queensland

Environment Minister Leanne Linard began the process to transition some 12,000 hectares of state forest to national or conservation park in parliament on Friday (June 14). Areas that will soon be protected […]  Read more 

May 1, 2024

Endangered Glider spotted at Deongwar as calls for conservation grow

Momentum to permanently conserve Deongwar is growing after locals gathered for a weekend of citizen science, documenting unique animals like the greater glider that call the state forest home. More than 40 […]  Read more 

Apr 22, 2024

Mapping your stories

Did you know 77% of people want to see the creation of more national parks in Queensland? Just like you the majority of Queenslanders love national parks and other protected areas for […]  Read more 

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