This document was a strategic plan released in late 2012 that intended to guide the Mitchell River Management Group on the priorities of the organisations stakeholders, defining a set of projects and activities for implementation, documenting the areas which funding might come from, and defining
The Mitchell River Watershed Strategic Plan 2013-2016 is an update of the Mitchell River Watershed Management Plan created in 2000. It should be used to guide the direction of the Mitchell River watershed management group in prioritising the work they do in the catchment, and should be reviewed in 2016.
The Wet Tropics yellow bellied glider is a small marsupial classified as vulnerable under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 and Queensland Nature Conservation Act 1992.
The water mouse is listed as vulnerable under the Commonwealth Environmental Protection and Biodiversity and Conservation Act 1999 prompting the development of this plan in 2010 in order to improve the conservation status of the species by habitat conservation, threat reduction, research and public participation activities.
The buff-breasted button quail was listed as endangered under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 and vulnerable and Queensland Nature Conservation Act 1992 prompting the development of this national recovery plan.
The cassowary occurs primarily in rainforest habitats but can also be found in woodlands, swamps, and disturbed vegetation forraging for fruits throughout the Wet Tropics.
This plan attempted to improve the conservation status of ten species of Sea Birds by protecting and effectively managing breeding and foraging habitats and ensuring that threats such as pest flora and fauna dont prevent population growth.
This plan was released in 2007 with the goal of improving the conservation status of the then critically endangered bare-rumped sheethtail bat. Restrictions on conservation efforts such as a poor understanding of species distribution and population location made the objective of this plan difficult.
The whale shark is the world's largest fish and one of only three filter feeding shark species, it was listed as vulnerable in 2001 under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC).
This plan was released in 2001 by the Natural Heritage Trust and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service with the ultimate goal of improving the conservation status of particular species of stream dwelling rainforest frogs within the Wet Tropics.