Australian Park Systems – Some Changes and Innovations

Australia still has large areas of land relatively undamaged, and it is up to the State and the Australian governments to set aside sufficient land to ensure that intact
eco-systems are retained, as well as providing sufficient funds to manage, interpret and protect those areas of land set aside as National Parks or other conservation areas. The paper looks at challenges, changes and innovations in recreation, conservation and management across various park systems in Australia.



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A covering letter dated 12 Sep. 1989 from Trevor Arthur, IFRPA Commissioner for Australia, to Roger Brown, President IFPRA, North Carolina USA. The eventual destination is unclear but there is a sentence “I just hope you can use it & its finally not too late”.


Arthur, Trevor (Author)


Publisher not known, probably IFPRA international: 1989