View plan content in a new and interactive way. Story maps are an engaging and interactive way of presenting information using a combination of images, maps, videos and text.
This is a draft catchment profile containing a variety of information about the Barron Catchment. Information includes pollutant loads, values, threats and management priorities.
Outcomes from the Water Quality Improvement Plan (WQIP) and the Walking The Landscape (WTL) processes have been included into the Herbert Catchment Profile, with interactive maps, detailed catchment descriptions and management priorities.
A description of Lions Tail in the Wet Tropics.
A description of Stevia in the Wet Tropics.
A detailed description of the Johnstone Catchment and its management priorities, including interactive maps. Outcomes from the Water Quality Improvement Plan (WQIP) and the Walking The Landscape (WTL) processes have been included.
A visual description of the key elements of the Mahogany Glider Recovery Plan including habitat information, threats, actions required and information about the Mahogany Glider Recovery Team
Find out about: What is ecological connectivity; Benefits of connectivity; Why connect the Wet Tropics; Community; Benefits for landholders; Prioritising connectivity.
Here you will find information about this catchment and its management priorities, incorporating information from the Water Quality Improvement Plan (WQIP) and the Walking The Landscape (WTL) processes. Click through the tabs to find the information you are interested in or use the interactive maps and follow links to more information.
A description of some of the Wet Tropics locals whose existence is under threat.
Find out more about how this catchment functions and its management priorities by clicking on the tabs and the interactive maps. Find information from the Water Quality Improvement Plan (WQIP) and the Walking The Landscape (WTL) processes.
An outline and description of the process and key findings of the Water Quality Improvement Plan for the Wet Tropics region.
The Wet Tropics Region of Far North Queensland, Australia, is a very special place to live. Open this map tour to see some of the reasons why.