- Mary River Festival
- Love, Mary (book)
- Tiaro Landcare
- Wide Bay-Burnett Conservation Council
- Sunshine Coast Environment Council
- Qld Conservation Council
- Environmental Defenders Office
- AnneKemps Lungfish
- Australian Conservation Foundation
- International Rivers Network
- Save the Mary Museum and River Education Centre
- MVHR - The Valley Rattler
Submitted by Techo on Sun, 05/17/2009 - 08:02
The federal government has called for public comment on the exisiting bilateral agreement between the federal government and the Qld state government concerning the assessment of projects under the federal Environmental Protection and Biodiersity Conservatio (EPBC) act.
Submitted by Techo on Sun, 05/17/2009 - 07:00
A well-written letter extracted from the on-going correspondance published in the Gympie Times, -directly based on the downstream flow data published in the Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed dam .....
Submitted by Techo on Sun, 03/08/2009 - 07:38
The most comprehensive information yet made available about the planned Bruce Highway upgrade between Sankey's Road and Traveston Road is now available on the Federal Government's EPBC website. The documents which accompany the referral of the project to the Federal Government under the Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act contain the best information available so far about the State Government's current plans for this section of the highway. It is interesting to note that in several places the new highway route passes right through the proposed stage 2 inundation zone of the Traveston Crossing Dam proposal.
Submitted by Techo on Thu, 02/19/2009 - 20:49
See attached flyer
Submitted by Techo on Sun, 02/15/2009 - 10:38
The decision has been made to proceed with the eastern route for the Bruce Highway between Federal and Traveston Road, regardless of whether or not the dam project gains federal approval. The public's preferred route in the case of the dam project not being approved was along the existing alignment, but a review undertaken by main roads had concluded that the eastern route is their preferred route in any case.