National Parks Journal

The National Parks Journal is sent free to members of the National Parks Association of NSW six times each year. You may also subscribe or buy individual copies.

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June 2002 - Year of the Outback
- Macquarie Marshes - Lane Cove fungi - Welcome Reef - small public lands in the west - Nari Nari conservation project - Pilliga Power April 2002 
- Bird's Eye View on Habitats - Carbon sinks or backyard timber mills? 
- Walking in Britain - Marine parks - Paths to a green economy - Towarri to Coolah Tops
February 2002 
- Grey Nurse Shark - Ski Resort - Regeneration - Salinity and Biodiversity 
- Bushfires in NPs - Good news for Solitary - Pilliga Mouse - Corridors - deer
Year 2001
December 2001 - Marine parks - Jervis Bay
- Captured by users - Volunteering  
- Land Clearing
- Solitary Islands not alone October 2001 - Feral peril - threats to our wildlife
- Log on to the western woodlands news - Western project 
- Building our reserves: Conservation in the corridors
- Mining in reserves
August 2001 - Lord Howe Island - Mining - Blue Mountains - Western Rivers June  2001 -   Emus and bulldozers - Possums in the Pilliga - Travel with children  -  National Parks Act -  Development - Commonwealth -  Nadgee April  2001 -   Small mammal habitat protection - A licence to clear? - Incremental creep in national parks  -  Wallis Lake -  Fighting for our beaches -  When Beauty is the Beast February  2001 - Landsdowne Volcanics
December  2000 - Lake Wollumboola - Biodiversity education - Marine project October  2000 - Regional Parks August 2000 -
June 2000 - Salination - Mallee Fowl - Soil - Biodiversity April 2000 - Lake Peery - Koalas - Salt and soil - Warrumbungle and charcoal successes February 2000 - South Coast forest heritage - Building a geography of hope - Coastal Experience - Myall Lakes  - Thirlmere Lakes December 1999 - Marine parks - Forest Struggles - Snowy Scheme - member benefits
October 1999 - Mining - Durras - Newly discovered shrimp August 99 - Managing habitats at risk - Monga-Buckenbowra, a true forest refuge - Australian national park future directions June 99 - Towarri National Park - Extinction & its prevention - National park estate expansion April 99 - Forests explained - Gwydir agreement - history - index
Feb 99 - Dec 98 - Catchment Protection - Fire - Jabiluka - Serengeti August 1998 National Parks Journal - conservation, Perisher, biodiversity
Nature Conservation in western NSW, featured in the June 1998 National Parks Journal Click for April 1998 National Parks Journal Click to see February 1998 National Park Journal National Parks Journal - wetlands conservation - click to see December 1997 National Parks Journal
National Parks Journal - nature conservation in NSW - Click here to see the October 1997 National Parks Journal. Joint issue with National Parks and Wildlife Service National Parks Journal - giant dragonfly peat bog conservation - Click to read August 1997 NPJ - preserving biodiversity National Parks Journal - has best bushwalking programme - Click here to read - June 1997 National Parks Journal. National Parks Journal - mangrove swamps

National Parks Journal - marine conservation

National Parks Association - Click here to see the first National Parks Journal

About the National Parks Journal

The National Parks Journal is published bi-monthly, with news and features on nature conservation and national parks, by NPA Publications Pty Ltd, 9th Floor,
91 York Street, Sydney.
Phone: (02) 9299 0000 Fax: (02) 9290 2525
Editor: Rosemary Pryor
Proof Reader: Janice Beavan
Internet Preparation: Judith Bennett
Activities Program Coordinator: Richard Thompson
Activities Program Typist: Pat Tregenza
Printing: SOS Printery, 65 Burrows Road, Alexandria.
The body of the Journal is printed on 100% recycled paper. The cover is printed on 75% recycled, de-inked post-consumer waste.
Distribution: Salmat, 1-13 Childs Road, Chipping Norton.

Frequency: Six issues per year - February, April, June, August, October, December.
Contributions to the National Parks Journal are welcome, but we may not be able to publish everything we receive. Contributions may also be published on this website. Send articles on IBM format disk plus hard copy, photographs or illustrations to:
The Editor, National Parks Journal,
PO Box A96, Sydney South 1235;
or e-mail to Opinions expressed by the authors are their own and do not necessarily represent the policies or views of the National Parks Association of NSW.
Recommended Retail Price is $3.00. *The Journal is free to NPA members.

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Half column (130x56mm) $125
One-quarter page $165
One-third page $195
Half page $275
Full page (267x175mm) $525
Inside back cover (colour) $795
Colour back cover $935
Supplied inserts $660
Rates apply to camera-ready artwork. A fee equivalent to 20% of the cost of the advertisement will be charged to design from rough copy. An advertisement placed in three to five issues in a calendar year attracts a discount of 5%; ads placed in all six issues during a year attract a 10% discount. The deadline for inserts is negotiable.
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The National Parks Association of NSW Inc. is a non-profit community organisation which seeks to protect and conserve the complete range and diversity of natural habitats, features and species as well as significant cultural items and landscapes within New South Wales.