All manner of media is available when there is an iconic World Heritage Area in the midst.

This larger than life Australian asset deserves the attention it gets. Its evolution, biodiversity, aesthetic values and cultural heritage provides more than enough fodder to feed news stories, articles and interviews.

Over the years the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area has been in the news for many different reasons. Television, radio and print media are important outlets for getting information out to the public, whether it be about new scientific discoveries, invasion of pests, or simply to celebrate the contributions of the communities in protecting this dynamic landscape.

The Wet Tropics Management Authority (Wet Tropics) maintains ongoing relations with media in the region and increasingly across the country. It provides media releases and other resources to media outlets which seek to provide factual and up to date information about issues affecting the public.



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