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Outdoor Recreation: Service Provision in the Qld Public Sector
- QORF’s paper, Outdoor Recreation: Service Provision in the Queensland Public Sector, investigates the role of public sector agencies in the provision of outdoor recreation activities and services.
Outdoor Recreation in Queensland: The Big Issues
- QORF’s paper, Outdoor Recreation in Queensland: The Big Issues, investigates the impact of social change in relation to outdoor recreation opportunities.
Active Trails (SEQ) Draft Implementation Guideline
The Draft South East Queensland Active Trails Implementation Guidelines were developed by the Department of Infrastructure and Planning in 2010. The...
The Landscape Classification System: How recreation use in Queensland’s national parks and forests is decided
Queensland has many of the world’s most spectacular and unique natural areas, including five World Heritage Areas. The Environmental Protection...
More Great Walks For Queensland
Work is about to commence on four new Great Walks for Queensland, adding to the six already completed around the state. Minister for...
The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Update
18 Jan 2008
In January 2007 the Queensland Government announced $8.8 million funding over five years to construct three new regional recreation trails, in...
Active Trails CD - Now Available
The Office of Urban Management has advised that the Active Trails CD is available to the public. The Active Trails - A Strategy for Regional...
$8.8million to be spent on three recreation trails in SEQ
22 Jan 2007
The SEQ Infrastructure Plan and Program: What does it achieve for outdoor recreation?
The SEQ Infrastructure Plan and Program (SEQIPP) (http://www.oum.qld.gov.au/?ID=359) was released on 24th May 2006 and was once again very...
Recreational access to forest plantations must be maintained (Media Release from State Opposition 20 April 2006)
Queenslanders access to state plantation forests to ride horses and for other recreational activities must be maintained by a new State Government...
Queensland's Wild Rivers
The Queensland Government is seeking submissions on the Wild Rivers Act 2005. The first 6 rivers under consideration for protection are: Staaten...
Trail Solutions: IMBA's Guide to Building Sweet Singletrack
Managing Mountain Biking: IMBA's Guide to Providing Great Riding
Natural Surface Trails by Design: Physical and Human Design Essentials of Sustainable, Enjoyable Trails
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