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Queensland is home to a number of different natural environments, from arid areas to tropical environments and stunning beaches. It includes the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef and is a popular tourist destination.

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    Hays Inlet: wetland diversity at Brisbane's doorstep

    Hays Inlet is an important conservation area in South-East Queensland which showcases a diverse range of wetland habitats. The area is of international significance as it supports migratory birds and is one of the largest and most significant wetland sites in South East Queensland. A range of activities are available for visitors, including birdwatching, boating/paddling and educational facilities (Osprey House).

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    A Clearer Passage for the Pumicestone

    Sunshine Coast Council is committed to maintaining healthy waterways; Council’s vision is to be ‘Australia’s most sustainable region – vibrant, green, diverse’. Recently, a catchment and estuary action plan for the Pumicestone Passage and its Catchment has been completed, which was initiated by the Sunshine Coast Waterways and Coastal Management Strategy 2011-2021. This action plan is part of Councils strategy to develop and implement tailored river catchment action plans and was the first one completed.

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    Dewfish Demonstration Reach

    The Dewfish Demonstration Reach is Queensland’s first Native Fish Strategy (www.finterest.com.au) Demonstration reach. It was established to demonstrate and promote what can be done to achieve a healthy river system for native fish and the greater river catchment. The reach is managed by a dedicated team at the Condamine Alliance (www.condaminealliance.com.au), who strive to achieve positive outcomes for native fish whilst engaging the community in their river.