Annual reports and State of the Wet Tropics reports

Latest Wet Tropics annual report released (18 November 2013)

The Wet Tropics Management Authority has released its annual report and State of the Wet Tropics Report for 2012-2013.

The annual report highlights the work, achievements, activities and strategic initiatives of the Authority.

The annual report satisfies the requirements of Queensland’s Wet Tropics World Heritage Protection and Management Act 1993 and Financial Accountability Act 2009; and the Commonwealth’s Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Conservation Act 1994. It includes a State of the Wet Tropics report, as required under section 63(1) of the Queensland Act and section 10 of the Commonwealth Act.

This year the State of the Wet Tropics report covers the 'State of aquatic habitats, biodiversity and water resources in the Wet Tropics of Queensland'.

You can download a copy of both reports here: 2012-2013 Annual report and State of Wet Tropics report [3MB]

Compliance

The compliance checklist directs you to sections of the annual report where we have addressed disclosure requirements. The checklist ensures that the report complies with all legislative and other reporting requirements of the Financial Accountability Act 2009 and Financial and Performance Management Standard 2009.
 

Your feedback

The annual report and annex are important documents representing communication and accountability. The Wet Tropics Management Authority values comments and welcomes feedback from readers. Feedback can be provided through the Queensland Government's Get Involved website.

 

Annual Reports and State of the Wet Tropics Reports

Since 2007 the Authority has developed a thematic approach to the State of Wet Tropics Report. These are included in the Annual Report.

  • 2012-13 State of aquatic habitats, biodiversity and water resources in the Wet Tropics of Queensland
  • 2011-12 The function of the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area in the life of the community
  • 2010-11 Biosecurity theme report
  • 2009-10 Tourism theme report
  • 2008-09 Report card assessment of the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area – condition and trends
  • 2007-08 Climate change: impacts and responses.

You can download the Authority's annual reports and State of the Wet Tropics reports below.

Disclaimers


The materials presented on this site are provided by the Wet Tropics Management Authority for information purposes only. Users should note that the electronic versions of the annual report on this site are not recognised as the official or authorised version. The official copies of the annual report, as tabled in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland, can be accessed from the Queensland Parliament's tabled papers website database and the Australian Government Parliamentary Paper series.

Financial statements

The materials presented on this site are provided for information purposes only. Users should note that the electronic versions of financial statements on this site are not recognised as the official or authorised version.

The electronic versions are provided solely on the basis that users will take responsibility for verifying their accuracy, completeness and currency. Although considerable resources are used to prepare and maintain the electronic versions, the Wet Tropic Management Authority accepts no liability for any loss or damage that may be incurred by any person acting in reliance on the electronic versions.

The official copy of the annual report, as tabled in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland, can be accessed from the Queensland Parliament's tabled papers website database.

 

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