Welcome to the Wet Tropics Management Authority’s May eNews.
The recent Cassowary Awards held at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park reinforced to all of us the wealth of passion and dedication that exists in this community for conserving and presenting the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.
Video: Cassowary Awards highlights
Relive this year's Cassowary Awards in the official highlights video.
Wet Tropics high achievers honoured at Cassowary Awards
High achievers from across the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area were honoured at the Wet Tropics Management Authority’s Cassowary Awards.
Cassowary Awards trophies traverse the Wet Tropics
Two Cassowary Awards recipients who were unable to attend the ceremony recently took delivery of their trophies at different sides of the Wet Tropics.
Curtis Pitt visits Yellow Crazy Ants HQ
State Member for Mulgrave Curtis Pitt met the Wet Tropics Management Authority board to tour its Yellow Crazy Ant Eradication Program operations base.
Cane growers enlisted in fight against yellow crazy ants
A series of field sessions this month will assist local sugarcane growers to protect their crops against the spread of yellow crazy ants.
Field school held on-country
The first on-country Wet Tropics Tour Guide Field School was held at East Trinity Reserve on 16-17 March.
Plan review phase 1 completed
Phase 1 consultation on the Wet Tropics Management Plan 1998 review is complete.
Authority welcomes key appointments
The Wet Tropics Management Authority recently welcomed two new faces to its Planning and Conservation team.