- Walk Wet Tropics
- Babinda Boulders Photographer: Campbell Clarke
- Stamp Out Tramp Ants - yellow crazy ant eradication Photographer: Wet Tropics Images
Wet Tropics events April-August 2016
Be involved and learn more about the features of the Wet Tropics that make its World Heritage Area so outstanding, interesting and exciting.
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Find out what's been happening and what is coming up in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.
World Heritage Area worth over $5.2B
The State of Wet Tropics Report for 2014-2015 was tabled in the Queensland parliament last week with some good news about the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.
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.
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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Ancient rainforests, rugged gorges, wetlands and coastal beaches - it's all here in your World Heritage Wet Tropics.
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