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How to Help Look After Queensland's National Parks

  • Leave No Trace - National parks, state forests and reservoirs are special places. Please help care for the environment by observing these simple rules:
  • Protect the wildlife - Remember, plants and animals are protected. Try not to trample plants when walking or erecting your tent.
  • Be careful with fire - Use fireplaces where provided, not an open fire. Put the fire out when you leave your campsite.
  • Use a fuel stove - Preferably use a fuel stove for cooking. Donít collect firewood from the reserve.
  • Leave no rubbish - Take your rubbish when you leave or use bins (where provided). Donít bury rubbish.
  • Be considerate - People visit parks and forests to enjoy nature, not noisy radios or generators.
  • Camp softly - Leave your campsite better than you found it. Bury human wastes away from tracks and water bodies, if toilets are not provided.
  • Take no pets - Leave domestic animals at home. Their scent repels native wildlife.
  • Protect the creeks - Do not use soap, toothpaste or detergent in freshwater lakes and streams - they pollute the water.

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