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Noosa Ecology: Land

The Noosa Biosphere Reserve covers around 83,000 hectares of land. We look at how that land is used, who lives on it, why it looks the way it does and how it is protected, farmed and enjoyed

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Noosa Ecology: Water

The biosphere reserve extends 3km offshore covering a stretch of ocean that contrasts with its estuarine lakes and rivers. There are two Commonwealth Government listings for wetlands of national importance: Lake Weyba and Noosa River.

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Noosa Ecology: Edge

Our unique ecosystems which exist where the water meets the land need to be managed carefully. The Noosa River system is the southernmost boundary of the Great Sandy region (which includes Fraser Island, Cooloola National Park and Hervey Bay).

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