Cape Gloucester - Littoral Rainforest and Coastal Vine Thicket Restoration Project
Case study type
15 October 2019
31 October 2022
This project aims to rehabilitate critically endangered littoral rainforest remnants that were damaged by recent cyclone impacts in Nelly Bay, Dingo Beach and Hideaway Bay. This will be achieved by planting 500 trees and implementing a 12 month watering and weed control maintenance program over 1.3 hectares. Weeds targeted include Lantana, Rubber vine, Prickly Pear and Guinea Grass.
Last updated: 14 September 2020
This page should be cited as:
Department of Environment and Science, Queensland (2020) Cape Gloucester - Littoral Rainforest and Coastal Vine Thicket Restoration Project, WetlandInfo website, accessed 13 May 2021. Available at: https://wetlandinfo.des.qld.gov.au/wetlands/resources/tools/wetland-project/cape-gloucester-littoral-rainforest-and-coastal-vine-thicket-restoration-project-35b8/