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Report card 2001 wetland system extents

based on wetland mapping version 6.0 metadata

Display areas in
2001 wetland system extent by report card metadata
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Report card Total area
(ha)
Wetland area by system Total
wetland area
(ha)
artificial and highly modified intertidal (saltmarsh, saltflats, mangroves) (natural) intertidal (saltmarsh, saltflats, mangroves) (slightly modified natural) lacustrine (natural) lacustrine (slightly modified natural) palustrine (natural) palustrine (slightly modified natural) riverine
Total 3,776,959 40,366 79,564 2,237 750 1,681 71,258 8,929 56,975 261,758
Albert (Healthy Land and Water) 78,507 220 37 48 270 38 1,066 1,679
Bremer (Healthy Land and Water) 202,765 1,384 57 1,608 134 1,503 4,687
Bribie Island (Healthy Land and Water) 14,799 280 787 33 4 5,655 < 1 6,760
Broadwater (Healthy Land and Water) 3,004 < 1 105 105
Caboolture (Healthy Land and Water) 46,626 270 1,126 85 2,248 78 473 4,281
Central Bay (Healthy Land and Water) 49,695 71 < 1 72
Don (Healthy Rivers to Reef Partnership) 369,604 656 16,077 1,870 92 711 3,542 9,168 32,115
Eastern Bay (Healthy Land and Water) 64,036 237 2 239
Lockyer (Healthy Land and Water) 296,930 1,428 394 821 267 7,407 10,317
Logan (Healthy Land and Water) 307,391 1,023 930 54 1,606 83 2,535 6,231
Lower Brisbane (Healthy Land and Water) 118,125 718 1,643 267 92 1,225 387 1,597 5,929
Maroochy (Healthy Land and Water) 63,407 2,168 799 1 90 3,388 57 2,413 8,915
Mid Brisbane (Healthy Land and Water) 55,084 612 9 5 11 1,322 1,959
Mooloolah (Healthy Land and Water) 22,221 481 101 3 42 2,025 3 1,278 3,934
Moreton Island (Healthy Land and Water) 17,730 93 175 1,252 1,520
Nerang (Healthy Land and Water) 50,011 1,879 < 1 165 108 502 387 3,042
Noosa (Healthy Land and Water) 85,135 99 631 213 19 19,152 11 1,458 21,581
North Stradbroke Island (Healthy Land and Water) 27,099 3 912 310 4 4,487 33 5,749
O'Connell (Healthy Rivers to Reef Partnership) 238,700 689 12,790 6 35 1,180 175 3,169 18,044
Pimpama-Coomera (Healthy Land and Water) 65,034 260 3,201 186 1,618 9 719 5,994
Pine (Healthy Land and Water) 82,026 2,734 2,250 15 86 932 58 928 7,002
Pioneer (Healthy Rivers to Reef Partnership) 157,016 1,731 709 384 3,685 6,509
Plane (Healthy Rivers to Reef Partnership) 253,876 1,596 18,280 52 13 35 7,444 1,538 4,064 33,022
Proserpine (Healthy Rivers to Reef Partnership) 253,460 4,836 12,620 25 2 18 6,867 1,644 2,986 28,998
Pumicestone (Healthy Land and Water) 58,991 207 2,228 < 1 58 6,332 292 369 9,486
Pumicestone Passage (Healthy Land and Water) 4,935 572 53 1 626
Redland (Healthy Land and Water) 28,171 510 1,099 < 1 60 1,321 20 41 3,051
South Stradbroke Island (Healthy Land and Water) 2,058 207 157 364
Southern Bay (Healthy Land and Water) 10,627 1,785 1 1,786
Stanley (Healthy Land and Water) 153,210 4,554 4 265 37 1,902 6,763
Tallebudgera-Currumbin (Healthy Land and Water) 15,869 62 112 44 108 4 215 545
Upper Brisbane (Healthy Land and Water) 548,313 11,957 1 31 6 8,287 20,282
Western Bay (Healthy Land and Water) 32,504 7 160 < 1 2 < 1 169

Note that these totals may be lower than the Queensland totals due to incomplete coverage of report cards.

Disclaimer

Areas do not include marine or estuarine waters but do include estuarine wetland vegetation
(e.g. mangroves and tidal flats).

All statistics are approximate and generated based on data transformed to a customised Albers equal-area projection, thus allowing wetland extent change for different regions of Queensland to be comparable.

Areas may change over time as mapping approaches improve.

Totals may not match the sum of individually displayed figures due to the rounding of displayed figures.


This page should be cited as:

Department of Environment, Science and Innovation, Queensland (2022) Report card 2001 wetland system extents, WetlandInfo website, accessed 1 February 2024. Available at: https://wetlandinfo.des.qld.gov.au/wetlands/ecology/statistics/wetland-extent-2001/report-card.html

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