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What are regional NRM bodies?
Regional NRM bodies are responsible for protecting and managing Australia's natural resources. To do this, regional NRM plans were developed to outline how a regional body will identify and achieve the region's NRM targets.
There are 56 bodies in Australia, 14 of which are located in Queensland.
For information on any of the regional NRM bodies around Australia, visit the Australian Government NRM website.
Which regional body is nearest to you?
Map of regional NRM bodies (PDF, 183 kB)*
Find out what's happening in your region and how to contact your regional body:
For more information on regional bodies and what they do, visit the Regional NRM Groups' Collective website. You can also visit this website to download your region's NRM plan and investment strategy.
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Last updated 29 February 2012