Management of visitor impacts at Jew hole recreation area, Big Tuan Creek
Forestry Plantations Queensland
Case study type
Ausralian Government / NRM
1 December 2011
31 July 2012
The Jew Hole recreation area on Big Tuan Creek is used by fisherman, campers, and day visitors. Camping is not permitted at the site, however this hasn’t been consistently enforced. Big Tuan Creek is a salt water creek which flows into Great Sandy Strait.
Visitor impacts are managed through:
Mangrove flats, shorebird habitat and riparian vegetation will be protected on the Big Tuan creek from the impacts of off road vehicles, preventing further damage to the stream bank.
Last updated: 26 July 2017
This page should be cited as:
Department of Environment and Science, Queensland (2017) Management of visitor impacts at Jew hole recreation area, Big Tuan Creek, WetlandInfo website, accessed 29 September 2021. Available at: https://wetlandinfo.des.qld.gov.au/wetlands/resources/tools/wetland-project/management-of-visitor-impacts-at-jew-hole-recreation-area-big-tuan-creek-f938/