Tableland Netguide Index

Atherton Tablelands Environment and Environmental Groups

Atherton and Evelyn Tablelands Parks and Forests
Department of National Parks Queensland regional website.
Atherton Tablelands Birdwatching
With a wide diversity of habitat from highland rainforest, wet sclerophyll forest and eucalypt woodlands, wetlands and farmlands, more than 300 bird species can be seen on the Atherton Tablelands.
Barron Catchment Care
Land and water management, land rehabilitation for the Barron River.
CAFNEC
Cairns and Far North Environment Center. Peak environment body for the region.
Community Foods
A farmer’s co-op providing a local supply of organic and bio-dynamic produce.
Cooperative Research Centre for Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Management
While this project ceased in 2006, the web site remains as a valuable resource with access to many reports, best practice manuals, workshop and conferencing proceedings and general information about the wet tropics rainforests.
Danbulla National Park and State Forest
A Queensland National Park and Wildlife Service managing the national park and recreation areas around Tinaroo Falls Dam and Lake Tinaroo.
Far North Queensland Wildlife Rescue
A volunteer group dedicated to the preservation of wildlife in Tropical North Queensland.
Friends of the Earth Kuranda
Working regionally for sustainable local planning, social justice, improved water quality, better waste management and preservation of wildlife and endemic plant biodiversity.
Kuranda Conservation
A community native nursery of around 6000 local species, providing plants for revegetation/improvement projects
Kuranda Envirocare
A volunteer community organisation working to protect the natural environment of Kuranda and to conserve and repair biodiversity
Tablelands Wildlife Rescue
Experienced and dedicated wildlife carers who have been wildlife care specialists for many years.
Tolga Bat Hospital
For the rescue, rehabilitation and release of the Tolga colony of Spectacled flying foxes
TREAT (Trees for the Atherton and Evelyn Tablelands)
A community tree planting group on the Atherton Tableland Wet Tropics Region formed in 1982 to encourage people to plant native rainforest trees.
Tree Kangaroo and Mammal Group
A community group focused on the conservation of North Queensland's rich mammal fauna including Lumholtz's and Bennett's Tree-kangaroos the Spotted-tailed Quoll and the Musky Rat-kangaroo, Yellow-bellied Glider, Northern Bettong, and Black-footed Tree-rat.
Wet Tropics Management Authority
Established to provide leadership, facilitation, advocacy and guidance in the management and presentation of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.