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Environmental Protection Agency (Queensland)

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Statutory Body
State/Country:Queensland, Australia
Subject Matter:Environmental Heritage | Land Management
Summary Information:
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is a department of the Queensland government. It aims to protect and promote Queensland's natural cultural heritage. The key responsibilities of the EPA are environmental planning and policy, parks, forestry and wildlife management and sustainability.

The Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service is a part of the EPA.

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  • Djabugay v Queensland [2004] FCA 1652
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  • Memorandum of Understanding between the Angumothimaree Paynaranama People and the Queensland Government - Signatory
  • KULLA Indigenous Management Agreement
  • Lama Lama Indigenous Management Agreement
  • Organisation
  • Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service
  • Place
  • KULLA (McIlwraith Range) National Park (Cape York Peninsula Aboriginal Land)
  • Lama Lama National Park (Cape York Peninsula Aboriginal Land)

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