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New species of catfish found in the Wet Tropics
A new species of catfish has been found in the Tully River.
World Heritage Training boosts Wet Tropics tourist experience
The Wet Tropics Management Authority held another successful Tour Guide Field School in April.
Wet Tropics vegetation maps online
The fifty-five 1:50,000 fine scale maps feature over 250 vegetation types found throughout the Wet Tropics bioregion.
Key to rainforest restoration launched
The highly acclaimed Repairing the Rainforest book was launched on Saturday 7 December
Federal funding to stamp out yellow crazy ants
The Federal government has provided 2m to fight yellow crazy ants south of Cairns
Awarded World Heritage status in 1988 for its breathtaking beauty, overwhelming biodiversity and ancient forests, the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area...
You'll find adventure, mystery and make some fascinating friends as you explore the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. From its mist shrouded and rain...
Protecting our Wet Tropics World Heritage Area is only possible through the proactive, conservation and management partnerships between community...
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The Wet Tropics Management Authority held another successful Tour Guide Field School in April.... READ MORE
Ancient rainforests, rugged gorges, wetlands and coastal beaches - it's all here in your World Heritage Wet Tropics.
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