Naturally Queensland newsletter launched

Have you seen the new Naturally Queensland newsletter?

The first edition of Queensland National Park’s eagerly-awaited newsletter was emailed to 91,000 subscribers on 17 June 2020.

The newsletter is designed to encourage, inspire and inform visitors (and potential visitors) to Queensland National Parks, and promote support for Queensland’s protected areas and the important work of Park Rangers.

The newsletter will deliver inspiration and ideas on how to explore and enjoy Queensland’s amazing parks and forests––from camping in the rugged outback to getting ‘green exercise’ walking in a World Heritage rainforest, or visiting one of our Gateway Visitor Centres for an unforgettable wildlife encounter! We’ll feature the health benefits (both physical and mental well-being) of nature-based recreation in parks and forests. The spotlight will also shine on Park Rangers and their work, and share hacks and tips for how to make the most of visitors’ park experiences.

Each edition of the newsletter will offer something for everyone. Content will cater for a wide range of interests and locations across the state. Featured topics will link to a range of digital channels, including the exciting Think Outside blog site that features more than 150 inspirational blogs to help visitors plan their next Queensland National Parks trip; Queensland National Parks YouTube, social media, departmental website and the camping Online Booking System.

The Naturally Queensland newsletter will build upon key Queensland National Parks marketing messages: biodiversity conservation, camping and other recreational opportunities, World Heritage ‘hero experiences’, health benefits of outdoor nature-based activities, diversity of Park Rangers and their roles, and citizen science opportunities.

Check out the first newsletter edition here:

Camping bookings now up to 12 months

After months of waiting, our parks and forests have reopened for day visits and camping. The good news is that the camping booking window has just been extended. You can now book up to 12 months in advance! Find out more about how to visit parks and forests as restrictions ease. Read more

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