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ANZAC spirit lives on in parks

Discover the ANZAC spirit in Queensland's national parks during the ANZAC Centenary year.

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Springbrook National Park's suspension bridge is now open

Take a rainforest walk down to the new John Stacey Suspension Bridge across Springbrook's Little Nerang Creek, for great views of Purling Brook Falls and the World Heritage Area.

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Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program—Now open

Applications are now open for Sport and Recreation Disaster Recovery Program funding to help eligible organisations re-establish their facilities and activities after Tropical Cyclone Marcia.

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Review into the regulation of the Queensland Greyhound Racing Industry

The Systems Review into the regulation of the Queensland Greyhound Racing Industry is tasked with investigating the regulation of, and making recommendations to, strengthen and improve the integrity and public confidence in the industry.

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Parks recovering from impacts of tropical cyclones Marcia and Nathan

National parks recovery from tropical cyclones Marcia and Nathan is well underway. Most damaged parks and forests have reopened. Cape York parks are mostly still in their normal wet season closure period. Check park alerts for more information.

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Looking for an affordable weekend getaway with family and friends?

Gold Coast Recreation Centre is now offering weekend accommodation for families looking for an affordable getaway.

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Park alerts

Parks and forests are wild places with hidden dangers for the unwary visitor. It is vital to pay close attention to signs that warn of local dangers. Follow these tips to stay safe and have an enjoyable visit.  View the current park alerts.

Last updated
25 March 2015