Queensland cattle property may have been mistakenly ruled national park

A cattle property near the southern Queensland town of Maryborough may have been mistakenly turned into a national park 12 years ago, the state Environment Minister says.Steven Miles is blaming the previous state government for the ongoing anguish of the Lohse family, which has held a grazing lease at a property since 1916.The Beattie Labor government converted state forests and timber reserves to national parks in the early 2000s, so last year’s changes to grazing laws meant that up to 83 leaseholds were affected.That meant one of the Lohse family’s leaseholds would instead expire in 2024.But, using…

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Queensland cattle property may have been mistakenly ruled national park