Natural Asset Management

Natural asset management emcompasses the activities of Local Governments in relation to pest management, landscape repair and restoration, biodiversity conservation and general landscape management practice including fire and catchment management and planning. 

The Far North region is an agriculturally rich and ecologically diverse landscape which is home to significant natural icons such as the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef and Wet Tropics Rainforests as well as the vast savannah woodlands, wetlands and plains of Cape York Peninsula and the Einasleigh Uplands. 

Local Governments and their partners work closely with the community to advance our understanding, appreciation and management of our unique landscape and lifestyle.  Follow the links below to find out more.


Latest news

Click here to view the latest FNQROC newsletter which will include the latest in Natural Assets News.


Major activities 

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Key documents

 

Miscellaneous documents linked to newsletters

Navua Sedge Factsheet

Research Project Output Navigator for Local Government factsheet


FNQ pest management contacts

  • FNQROC Local Government member pest management plans - coming soon

Information, publications and resources


Regional projects


Working groups and committees


External links


Regional Natural Asset Management Coordinator

Travis Sydes

  • Email: email/t.sydes)(fnqroc.qld.gov.au
  • Phone: 0448 852 732