EPBC referral: North Queensland, QLD – High voltage transmission line
Proposed construction and operation of a high voltage transmission line connecting the national transmission network. The action may impact the community of native species dependent on natural discharge of groundwater from the Great Artesian Basin, Carpentarian Grasswren, Curlew Sandpiper, Red Goshawk, Gouldian Finch, Painted Honeyeater, Squatter Pigeon, Star Finch, Eastern Curlew, Far Eastern Curlew, Night Parrot, Southern Black-throated Finch, Australian Painted-snipe, Masked Owl, Murray Cod, Northern Quoll, Semon’s Leaf-nosed Bat, Greater Wat-nosed Horseshoe-bat, Ghost Bat, Greater Bilby, Greater Glider, Koala, Carpentarian Antechinus, Large-eared Horseshoe Bat, Bare-rumped Sheath-tailed Bat, Julia Creek Dunnart, Plains Death Adder, Ornamental Snake, Yakka Skink, Gulf Snapping Turtle, Mount Cooper Striped Skink, Johnson’s River Crocodile, Pink Gidgee, Miniature Moss-orchid, Hoop Pine Orchid, Black Ironbox, Marsdenia brevifolia, Omphalea celata, Magpie Goose, Great Egret, White Egret, Cattle Egret, Sharp-tailed Sandpiper, Curlew Sandpiper, Pectoral Sandpiper, Oriental Plover, Oriental Dotterel, Black-eared Cuckoo, Lathan’s Snipe, Japanese Snipe, Oriental Pratincole, White-bellied Sea-Eagle, Rainbow Bee-eater, Black-faced Monarch, Spectacled Monarch, Grey Wagtail, Satin Flycatcher, Eastern Curlew, Osprey, Rufous Fantail, Painted Snipe, Common Greenshank – submissions invited until 24 April 2019.
North Queensland, QLD 4824
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