North Queensland Conservation Council

We are the voice for the environment in North Queensland. We advocate on regional environmental issues, representing the area roughly bounded by Bowen, Cardwell, the Coral Sea and the Northern Territory border.

Our mission is to influence, educate and inspire our North Queensland community to achieve an ecologically sustainable society.

You can learn all about our work on this website, in our latest Annual Report, or by contacting us directly.

If you would like to support what we do, you could: 

To learn more about our priorities, check out our 2020-2022 Strategic Plan.  

We are a registered Australian charity and all donations over $2 are tax deductible. 

We hope you can join with us to strengthen the environment movement in beautiful North Queensland. 

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    Paperbark February 2021

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    For us, February kicked off with World Wetlands Day, followed by a lovely Green Drinks gathering, a mention in Wild magazine, a temporary Facebook ban and the registration of our first teams for our Swim for Our Rivers fundraiser. What a month! 

    We look forward to your support as we launch into March! There are a few fun ways to get involved this month: participate in our Clean Up Australia Day event, get creative for our Postcard Art Exhibition and of course, get behind our Swim teams as they raise money and are put to the test on Saturday 20 March!

    In this edition:

    • NQCC Updates:
      • World Wetlands Day
      • Green Drinks 
      • Wild Magazine: Luxury Lodges = Wilderness Lost
      • Treasurer Position Available
    • Coming Up: 
      • Clean Up Australia Day
      • Swim for Our Rivers
      • Postcard Art Wanted
    • Online Activities:
      • Tell Siemens to Reject Adani
      • Resources Dept. Community Information Session
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