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Reports and Documents

Letters re site details
& misinformation

Kabi Applicant and Env. Dept. (DES)
accuse us of getting things wrong.
Yet we are delivering information EXACTLY as provided by DES!
It is the project managers that are misinforming the public by failing to make transparent, accurate disclosure of key details.
When we formally query this situation DES attack our presentation integrity rather than address the plainly evident issue.

22-07-22: To DES
re attack on Cooroy Forum info

Request for response re media reports falsely attacking info site info delivered to Cooroy Forum  

12-08-22: From DES
reply to our letter of 22-07-22

Dept. Director repeats same accusation that we are misinforming the public

29-08-22: To DES
response to DES letter 12-08-22

Request evidence for accusations made in previous letter and response to unanswered questions.

18-09-22:  From DES
reply to our letter 29-08-22

Avoids requests for basis of accusation of  our improper presentation

Minister's reply to Parliamentary Petition
fails to address petition content

The submitted petition specifically objected to private development leases and private accommodation within National Parks.

The Minister's reply completely avoided this core matter. 


The Minister's reply asserts that these developments are sound and beneficial because of allegedly high worldwide uptake of such development. Eco-tourism expert Ralph Buckley (see article linked above) identifies that such development is almost always located outside of public areas of high conservation value and that standard must be maintained.

The Minister's written reasons for supporting the proposal rely heavily upon ignoring the crucial question of locating private leasing and development inside of National Parks. 

This failure to respond accurately is an extension of the State Government's initial and ongoing failure to consult with the public on this utterly crucial matter of private development in National Parks.

This unpopular change is possible only because of Newman Govt. changes to the Nature Conservation Act. Instead of repealing these changes, as it promised to do when campaigning to remove the Newman Govt., the ALP Govt. is choosing to consolidate that change by stealth and diligent avoidance of public concern.

Your help is sought to make the Govt. properly consult with the public on their proposals to wreak irreversible change to the purpose and use of our National Parks.

Minister's Reply & Petition

Letter to Minister re
Petition response

Request for meeting
with Minister

Click below to view Ralph Buckley article

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18-05-22:  Letter from D.E.S.
reply re our letter to Minister (as above)

Draft Alternative Plan

Principles and options for results that are genuinely equitable and transparent

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NPA reasons to members for support of private development in Park
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What happened to the State Nature Conservation Act?

Two articles by Peter Ogilvie (linked at right) explain the ongoing decay of the Act, beginning with the Newman LNP Govt, and now continued by the ALP Government.

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