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Ulladulla Landholders ask: “Who’s living on my land?”

Have you ever wondered what wildlife gets up to on your property? The National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) is helping private landholders answer the question “Who’s living on my land?” using infrared cameras to survey their land for wildlife.

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NPA welcomes Government’s recognition of the importance of nature to regional NSW and calls for forests to be protected as a key pillar

The National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) has welcomed Sunday’s announcement by Minister for Tourism, Adam Marshall, to develop a nature-based tourism strategy to ‘unlock NSW’s multi-billion dollar backyard’, and calls on the Government to heed NPA’s Forests For All strategy to exit native forest logging on public land and use the forests to promote nature conservation to underpin nature-based tourism.

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NPA WELCOMES NSW LABOR’S RENEWED COMMITMENT TO THE GREAT KOALA NATIONAL PARK

The National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) has welcomed the renewed commitments around protecting koalas and establishing the Great Koala National Park made by Opposition Leader Luke Foley.

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National Parks Association releases economic case for change for ending native forest logging on public land

On Wednesday 20th June at 6.30pm, the National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) will release an economic case for change for its Forests For All plan that seeks to end industrialised logging on public land.

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We’ll guaran-tree you’ll have a good time at Harrington Forest Frolic

Appreciate Western Sydney’s unique bushland at the ‘Harrington Forest Frolic’ next month.

You are invited to the ‘Harrington Forest Frolic’ on Saturday, 16th June from 9-12.30pm, a free and fun event celebrating local wildlife at Harrington Forest.