For the Cape York Peninsula bioregion QEPA's Wildnet database records 203 introduced plants that are not declared weeds at a regional, state or national level in northern Australia, and are not...
If a plant is to become a weed once it has been introduced, it must be able to complete its life cycle and spread in its
Habitat and diet of the Star Finch Neochmia ruficauda clarescens in the early wet season at Princess Charlotte Bay, Cape York Peninsula, AustraliaCritical diet and habitat for endangered Star Finch during...
In November 2002, with the assistance of Balkanu Business Hubs, the Chuulangun community developed a tourism business plan, Chuulangun Traditional Aboriginal Camp Ground Proposal.
Low intensity cattle grazing is the dominant land-use across the tropical savannas of northern Australia. The
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This is a summary of best practice management for species found on Cape York Penisuala .
Preventing new weeds from establishing and key processes for management
Information on the rare species, the Golden-shouldered Parrot.
Jedda is a small dark-green leafed shrub that produces small white sweetly scented flowers in the dry season.
Jedda survives moderate grazing and resprouts after mild fires.
The Ecograze project examined a number of pastoral properties in northern Australia to develop guidelines for sustainable grazing, and the maintenance of the desirable perennial grasses on which...
Pastoralism began in Cape York Peninsula when the Jardine brothers drove 250 cattle from Bowen to Somerset on the tip of Cape York Peninsula.