Welcome to Desert Channels Queensland - Caring for the Queensland section of the Lake Eyre Basin

Field officer wanted

Desert Channels Queensland is seeking an experienced field officer to undertake all aspects of large-scale, chemical weed control.

The days are never dull for the field team when they’re out treating Prickly Acacia.

You will be joining a highly motivated, successful and passionate team controlling Prickly Acacia in remote areas. (more…)

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Save the Julia Creek Dunnart!

Help Desert Channels Foundation reclaim precarious, but vital, Julia Creek Dunnart habitat from Prickly Acacia infestations.

Your contribution will help ensure this little fella and its kin are here for future generations.

Support our public trust, Desert Channels Foundation, in its efforts to build on the great work by DCQ, landholders and others to defeat the scourge of the Mitchell Grass Downs… Prickly Acacia.


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Supercharging Recovery Field Day

Supercharge recovery!  Register here!

Making the most of everything from pasture growth to funding assistance is the theme of our flagship field day of 2020, at Hexham Station, Winton. Register here.

You won’t want to miss the keynote speakers, Terry McCosker and Darryl Hill, both highly sought after for their knowledge, expertise, and ability to impart it to others.


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Check out the latest Upfront Outback!

Enjoy the archived issues of the Basin Bullet here.