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Yellow crazy ant infestations in the Wet Tropics may become history with a successful funding bid from the Australian Government
Small grant funds Bana Yarralji interpretive sign
A Wet Tropics small grant has funded an interpetive sign for the Bana Yarralji.
Insect photography winners announced
Congratulations to the winners of the Stamp Out Tramp Ants Insect Photography Competition
Wet Tropics wins National Landscape Award
The Wet Tropics National Landscape has won the 2013 Outstanding Achievement Award at Tourism Australia's National Landscape forum and will now feature globally as part of Tourism Australia's 'Extraordinary Experiences' campaign.
Girringun Region Indigenous Protected Area declared
A declaration ceremony was held at Mungalla Station on 8 June to celebrate the Girringun Region Indigenous Protected Area.
Woobadda Creek bridge gets permit approval
Four wheel drive travel through the northern end of the World Heritage Area will become safer.
Community forums gain valuable insight into World Heritage issues
Community forums held by the Wet Tropics Mangement Authority in Malanda and Port Douglas gave valuable feedback on World Heritage Issues
Successful Wet Tropics grants
Traditional Owners have recieved almost $60,000 for projects in the Wet Tropics.
Celebration for successful grant recipients
Wadjanbarra Tableland Yidinji people are keen to get started on their cultural heritage database funded by the Wet Tropics Management Authority's small grants program.
Student research grants announced
Twelve students have received funding of up to $4000 in research grants from the Wet Tropics Management Authority.
Grant to support quality tourism experience
A T-QUAL grant of $66,000 will boost the Authority's commitment to quality tourism experiences in the Wet Tropics
Daintree lowland protected through covenant
A portion of significant Daintree lowland rainforest has been preserved after the landholders signed a covenant with the Wet Tropics Management Authority.
Guides go back stage to Banks' collection
Wet Tropics Tour Guide Network learn about one of north Queensland's most treasured tropical resources.
World Indigenous Network conference a WIN!
Nigel Hedgcock's summary of the WIN conference held in Darwin in May.