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Noosa (Australia)

Noosa (Australia)

Noosa The Noosa Biosphere Reserve is situated in Eastern Australia at the northern end of the South East Queensland region. Comprises littoral rainforests, lake systems and coastal dune heaths, and a mountainous zone with elevations up to 450 meters. The reserve also features an extensive system of saline and freshwater lakes, heathlands and marshes.

Declaration Date: 2007

Country: Australia

Surface Area: 150,000 ha

Resident population: 60,000 inhabitants

Contact: The Chairman    secretariat@noosabiosphere.org.au

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