Share Your Photos Autumn 2022 - National Parks Association of Queensland

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    NPAQ acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Queensland National Park Estate and strongly supports co-stewardship with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service.

    Patron: Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Young AC, PSM Governor of Queensland

Share Your Photos Autumn 2022

Do you have photos from a visit to a national park or protected area? Send them to admin@npaq.org.auor connect with us on Instagram @nationalparksassocqld for your chance to feature in the next edition of NPAQ’s PROTECTED Magazine! The best photos will also be featured on NPAQ social media channels and go in the draw to win some awesome NPAQ prizes*.

One thought on “Share Your Photos Autumn 2022

  1. Sean Ryan says:

    There is no place in any national park for private development, I’m incredulous that of all the places that should be untouched Poona lake has been earmarked, this perched lake is a virtual closed catchment and the last place you would place such a development. That area is also at high risk in a wildfire and always carries an extremely high fuel load.
    This must not happen on any condition.
    I was the first ranger in charge of Cooloola National Park and I can’t believe the supporters of this concept have lost the whole notion of what a national park stands for, go back and study the founding documents our forerunners laid down for the future protection of theses site.

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