About Southern Queensland Landscapes

Southern Queensland Natural Resource Management is now trading as Southern Queensland Landscapes.

Spanning 314, 398 square kilometres, (30% bigger than the state of Victoria) the region unites the Condamine catchment, Queensland Murray-Darling basin, south west and mulga lands.

They aim to help more people do more good by offering reliable, evidence-based information and outcomes for our natural resources, especially pertaining to those endemic to Southern Queensland.