Wet Tropics Magazines

The Wet Tropics World Heritage Area magazine and Australia's Rainforests magazine were produced by the Wet Tropics Management Authority from 2007 to 2009 and 2002 to 2006 respectively, for the enjoyment of residents and visitors to the World Heritage Area. They were a free magazine about the World Heritage Area and its people, current issues, facts and what to do and see in the World Heritage Area. The Wet Tropics World Heritage Area magazine also included a map of our Wet Tropics Visitor Centres and other interesting landmarks to see throughout the World Heritage Area. You can view or download these magazine here.


Wet Tropics World Heritage Area Magazine 2009-2010

Cover, Gliding across the Wet Tropics [3.7MB]
Possums, frogs, Rose Gums, Paluma walks, bats and kangaroos [1.6MB]
Visitor map [5.7MB]
Climate change, cassowaries, the canopy, ranger story [1.8MB]
Volunteers, kids activities and WTMA products, book reviews [3.1MB]

 


Wet Tropics World Heritage Area Magazine 2007-2008

Cover [144KB]
Wonderful wildife [1.34MB]
Fire, Josephine Falls, Babinda and ancient ferns [1.21MB]
Cyclone Larry [915KB]
Margaret Thorsborne and Rainforest Explorer [915KB]
Tourist map [3.48MB]
 

 

Australia's Tropical Rainforests World Heritage Magazine 2005-2006 [1.5MB]

Australia's Tropical Rainforests World Heritage Magazine 2004-2005 [1.5MB]

Australia's Tropical Rainforests World Heritage Magazine 2003-2004 [2.9MB]

Australia's Tropical Rainforests World Heritage Magazine 2002 [2.9MB]

 


 

 

News and Events

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Wet Tropics Indigenous ranger network creates new connections

Wet Tropics Indigenous ranger network creates new connections

Indigenous rangers have led a series of workshops in far north Queensland aimed at creating stronger ties between Rainforest Aboriginal peoples c... READ MORE

Corridor opens new avenues for Wet Tropics wildlife

Corridor opens new avenues for Wet Tropics wildlife

A vigorous tree planting session held in March is set to create a critical ecological corridor for Wet Tropics wildlife, linking the tropical coa... READ MORE

Research grants fund further study into Wet Tropics

Research grants fund further study into Wet Tropics

The plight of some of Australia's rarest marsupials headline the latest funding splash into the world's oldest rainforest.... READ MORE