The Department of Environment, Parks and Water Security (DEPWS) continues to work closely with the Department of Corporate and Digital Development (DCDD) to finalise procurement for the online booking system for our Parks and Reserves.
The Department of Environment, Parks and Water Security (DEPWS) is seeking feedback to inform the review of the Western Davenport Water Allocation Plan (WAP) 2018 to 2021.
The Department of Environment, Parks and Water Security has today opened Waterfowl Hunting Season on designated areas to permitted hunters.
The Northern Territory Water Allocation Planning Framework sets out the water allocation rules for water resources in the Northern Territory, where there is no resource specific scientific research on environmental and cultural water requirements.
Dangerous fire weather conditions are forecast for all areas from Borroloola to Keep River tomorrow.
Water underpins our way of life and environment – it is crucial for all aspects of our social, cultural and economic life.
It’s time for Territorians to share their ideas and aspirations to make the Territory’s world-renowned parks and reserves even better.
Brand new campsites and swimming areas will officially open in Litchfield National Park this weekend.
Today, the Minister for Environment made a Declaration to Prohibit Subsea Miningin the Territory, following the conclusion of the Minister’s public consultation on a draft declaration. The Minister’s decision was informed by reports from the Northern Territory Environment Protection Authority and Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority.
The Department of Environment, Parks and Water Security is inviting Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for membership on the Western Davenport and Ti Tree Water Advisory Committee.