The Golden Shouldered Parrot is a small granivore known for nesting inside termite mounds and at the time of this plan's development was restricted to just two small populations in central Cape York Peninsula.
Cape York Natural Resource Management (Cape York NRM), Cook Shire Council (CSC), Weipa Town Authority, Wujal Wujal, Hopevale, Lockhart, Mapoon, Napranum, Aurukun, Pormpuraaw and Kowanyama Aboriginal Shire Councils and the Northern Peninsula Area Regional Council (NPARC) have collaboratively developed this Regional Biosecurity Plan (the Plan) for
This document was released by the Western Cape Communities Trust (WCCT) and Western Cape Communities Coordinating Committee (WCCCC) as a plan to deliver on 4 key objectives within the mining lease area surrounding Weipa.
This community, heritage, and environment management plan was developed by the South of Embley working project group for the area of Rio Tinto Alcan's mining lease between Aurukun and Weipa in mid 2011.
This environmental management plan was released by the North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation as part of their environmental program with the objective of acting as a reference document for all then-current and potential users of the Weipa port.
This document was released in March of 2012 following a 2007 Federal Court ruling which recognised the Eastern Kuku Yalanji people's of 129,600ha of country between the South Mossman River and just North of Black Mountain near Cooktown.
The Wujal Wujal planning scheme was released in 2013 by the Wujal Wujal Aboriginal Shire Council and set out the council's intention for the future of Wujal Wujal over the next 20 years from 2013.
This document is the introductory pages for the Northern Peninsula Area Council's 2010-2020 Land and Environment Management Plan released in December 2010. This is a draft document broken into three sections; introduction, an overview of plans, and Land use and Land Management constraints.
The aim of the Plan is to ensure that natural resources are well managed, and protected where required, for the benefit of us all and future generations. The Plan aims as far as possible to be consistent with other regional strategies.
The Annan-Endeavour Catchment Management Group has developed this Strategy in close association with all interested community, government and industry groups.