Our Partners

To maximise what we can achieve for the community, economy and environment of our region, we actively seek partnerships with organisations that can add value to our efforts.

Partner sign on gate

Like many other regional bodies, particularly those covering the Rangelands, Desert Channels Queensland has limited resources, small population and huge area.

By joining forces with others we can achieve more than we could on our own. Issues that impact negatively on our natural resources do not respect the artificial boundaries (shire, regional body and state borders) that have been drawn on maps.

Our partnership initiatives can more effectively match resources and efforts to the geographic extent of these issue.

Our closest partners in all our work are, or course, our community members. Other partners include: Georgina Diamantina Catchment Committee; Cooper’s Creek Catchment Committee; and Desert Uplands Build-up and Development Strategy Committee.

Below is a list of key partners.

Partner organisation
AgForce Qld
Bush Heritage
Cooper’s Creek Catchment Committee
Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
Department of Infrastructure and Planning
Department of Local Government, Sport and Recreation
Department of Natural Resources and Water
Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries
Desert Channels Queensland
Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre
Desert Uplands Build-Up & Development Strategy Committee
Georgina Diamantina Catchment Committee
Landcare Queensland
LEB Ministerial Forum & Community Advisory Committee
Local Government Association of Queensland
Northern Territory Natural Resource Management Board
Qld Regional NRM Groups Collective
Rangelands Alliance
South Australian Arid Lands Natural Resources Management Board
Weeds of National Significance Network