From our white sand beaches to the red sand deserts, from our lush green rainforests to our free flowing rivers... as Queenslanders, we reckon our backyard is second to none. And we want to keep it that way.
If future generations are going to get to love the bush like we do, we need the Government to get serious about protecting it.
We’re calling on the Queensland Government to do a better job of protecting nature by doubling our national parks and protected areas on private land, and employing more rangers and land managers to keep nature healthy.
Together, we’re protecting nature for all Queenslanders.
To live in a state with a world leading protected area system. A state where leadership by the Queensland Government has increased the size of land area protected to meet state, national and international targets.
A state that prioritises active land management to tackle environmental threats. In which active land management of national parks and private protected areas is prioritised and well funded so that landscapes are healthy and resilient and native wildlife thrives across the state’s many ecosystems.
A state where the leadership of First Nations custodianship is promoted and followed, where people can have long careers tackling environmental threats like invasive weeds, feral animals and destructive fires, and where Queenslanders and tourists enjoy and celebrate nature, and appreciate living in harmony with it.