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Consultation and notices

Notices

The department publishes notices under the legislation it administers (such as the Nature Conservation Act 1992, Marine Parks Act 2004 and the Recreation Areas Management Act 2006) to ensure that the public is informed about decisions the department makes about the management of its estate from time to time.

This may include tenure changes, the declaration of special management areas, seasonal closures to areas, and temporary management arrangements to protect the natural and cultural values of an area.

Notifications about the management of the department's estate are published on our Public notices page when announced.

Consultation

The Department of Environment and Science (DES) has prepared a draft management plan for Mount Coolum National Park. Once finalised, the management plan will replace the existing plan which has been in effect since 1998.

The Mount Coolum National Park draft management plan (PDF, 2.1M) is accompanied by the Mount Coolum National Park Visitor Strategy (PDF, 1.6M) and Resource Information document (PDF, 1.3M).

All submissions will be considered when preparing the final management plan. Information about how to prepare a submission is available at www.getinvolved.qld.gov.au.

The closing date for submissions is Wednesday 13 March 2019.

Thank you for your continued interest in the management of Queensland’s protected areas. See further information on park management planning.

Written submissions

What to include in your submission

All submissions will be carefully reviewed against set criteria. To ensure your submission is effective please use the feedback form template (Word, 15K), be clear and concise and include the following:

  • planning document's name
  • page number, paragraph, key value, level of service and/or the strategic management direction you are commenting on
  • the aspects you support, or do not support, and reason for this position
  • suggested changes with supporting references, data and/or information.

Any submission that is based on inaccurate information, provides an open-ended statement that is intangible, or is outside the scope of the planning process, will not have influence on management decisions.

How to lodge a submission

Written submissions can be lodged:

By email to

By post to:

C/o Danielle Mansfield
Department of Environment and Science
PO Box 168
Cotton Tree Qld 4558

Last updated
6 February 2019