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Tuesday, 1 February 1994
Page: 103

(Question No. 714)


Mrs Gallus asked the Minister for the Environment, Sport and Territories, upon notice, on 25 November 1993.

  What sums has her Department spent on (a) Willandra Lakes area, (b) Great Barrier Reef, (c) Kakadu National Park, (d) Lord Howe Island Group, (e) Tasmanian Wilderness, (f) Australian East Coast Temperate and Sub-tropical Rainforest Parks, (g) Uluru National Park, (h) Wet Tropics of Queensland, (i) Shark Bay, WA, and (j) Fraser Island since they were inscribed on the World Heritage List.


Mrs Kelly —The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

  Since inscription of the abovementioned World Heritage Areas, my portfolio (the Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, Australian Nature Conservation Agency and the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority) has spent the following amounts to 30 June 1993:

  (a) Willandra Lakes area—$0.263M

  (b) Great Barrier Reef—$89.800M

  (c) Kakadu National Park—$85.281M

  (d) Lord Howe Island Group—$0.093M

  (e) Tasmanian Wilderness—$37.646M

  (f) Australian East Coast Temperate and Sub-tropical Rainforest Parks—$0.896M

  (g) Uluru National Park—$24.161M

  (h) Wet Tropics of North Queensland—$63.381M

  (i) Shark Bay, WA—$1.042M

  (j) Fraser Island—$17.000M