Department of Environment and Heritage Protection
- Great Barrier Reef
The Queensland Government has established a new Great Barrier Reef Water Science Taskforce to provide advice about the best way to achieve its ambitious water quality targets.
- Boaties — be mindful of whales this migration season
As migrating whales and calves begin to arrive in Queensland waters, boaties are reminded to keep a safe distance and abide by regulations on how close vessels can come to these animals.
- Townsville crocodile targeted for removal
Wildlife officers from the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection are continuing their efforts to capture a four metre crocodile off The Strand, Townsville.
- Be part of the largest green turtle recovery project in history
The Queensland Government is looking for corporate partners to support a ground-breaking project to secure Raine Island as the nesting site for one of the world’s largest population of green turtles.
- Hopeland area soil sampling
The Department of Environment and Heritage Protection has been undertaking soil sampling in the Hopeland area near Chinchilla.
- Queensland's shipwrecks—dive into history
This series of shipwreck guides will help divers discover the stories of our local underwater maritime heritage in and around Moreton Bay and the Great Barrier Reef.
- Be CrocWise
This summer be CrocWise in north Queensland. Stay safe by viewing our new videos on launching your boat, fishing and camping in croc country.
- Air quality
- Compliance and enforcement
- Contaminated land
- Environmental impact assessment
- Environmental offsets
- Environmentally relevant activities - Prescribed
- Greentape Reduction
- Mining resource activities
- Natural resource management
- Planning and guidelines
- Public performance reports
- Resource activities including petroleum, geothermal and greenhouse gas storage
- State of the environment
- Water quality and ecosystem health
- World Heritage Area management review