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    Nature Conservation and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2012
    The Queensland Government is committed to growing a four pillar economy, focusing on tourism, agriculture, resources and construction. On 26 June 2012, the Premier reached a partnership agreement with the Queensland Tourism Industry Council as part of the DestinationQ initiative. Under this agreement, the Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing (NPRSR) is chartered with inter al

    Nature Conservation Amendment Bill 2013
    The Queensland Government is committed to improving access to national parks and other public lands, while ensuring that the protected area estate is managed in a manner appropriate to the values that it contains. The Nature Conservation and Other Legislation Amendment Bill (No.2) 2013 is the result of the second stage of the review of the Nature Conservation Act 1992, aimed at delivering on key

    Qld Eco and Sustainable Tourism Policy
    Queensland’s protected areas are key tourism attractions and recognised as an important part of the tourism economic pillar. The quality of these areas is increasingly recognised as providing a strong and unique competitive advantage in both domestic and international markets. Queensland’s five World Heritage Areas, more than any State in Australia, are key attractors particularly in the interna

    Amendments to the Nature Conservation Act 1992
    Severe drought and extensive wildfire across much of western and northern Queensland in early 2013 has resulted in the loss of fodder and extreme hardship for many graziers. Drought declarations are in place for 13 local government areas covering about a third of the state. In addition to a range of drought relief measures already available to affected graziers, the Queensland Government is lookin

    Forestry Amendment Bill 2014
    Under automatic expiry provisions in the Statutory Instruments Act 1992, the Forestry Regulation 1998 must be remade. The Regulation was scheduled to expire in 2009 but its expiry was extended on the basis that provisions of the Forestry Act 1959 (the Act) were under review. The Regulation is now scheduled to expire on 31 August 2014 and needs to be remade before then. The relevant provisions of t

    Queensland Eco and Sustainable Tourism (QuEST) Policy - changes to policy framework
    The Government is committed to providing increased ecotourism opportunities in national parks, an objective clearly articulated in the Queensland Ecotourism Plan 2013-2020 and Destination Success – The 20-year plan for Queensland tourism. The Queensland Eco and Sustainable Tourism (QuEST) policy enables the full commercial opportunity to be available in protected areas. QuEST is being implemented

    Nature Conservation and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2015
    The Nature Conservation and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2015 (the Bill) has been prepared for the protected area estate. These amendments: reinstate ‘the conservation of nature’ as the sole object of the Nature Conservation Act 1992; remove redundant provisions from the Nature Conservation Act 1992 that allowed the chief executive to grant stock grazing permits for emergency drought relief on

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