The Cape York NRM region (137,000 km2) extends north from the Mitchell River catchment to ‘The Tip’ of Cape York Peninsula. It encompasses diverse landscapes including 16 complete river basins with their systems virtually unmodified (the Annan River being the exception). The region contains 30 broad vegetation groups including 72 different types of rainforest comprising 20% of Australia’s remaining rainforest.Explore our region
Indigenous women were the focus of a new heavy machinery operation training program coordinated by Cape York Natural Resource Management.
Planning is underway to map out a fire burning regime for the Cape’s landholders as the early dry season takes hold.
This year's Cape York NRM Grazing Forum attracted almost 70 attendees at the Laura Rodeo grounds and based on the immediate responses and the feedback survey, it was a winning formula.
Cooktown State High School students joined Cape York NRM to learn more about the region’s waterways during a Water Quality Field Day held in April.