Many other Australian states also have National Parks Associations. NPA NSW works closely with these Associations on matters of common interest, and is a member of the overarching National Parks Australia Council.
NPAC are a national body formed in 1975 to coordinate and represent the views of a range of State and Territory non-government organisations concerned with protecting the natural environment and furthering national parks. NPAC provides a forum for regular communication between State and Territory National Parks Associations and acts as a united voice supporting conservation of the National Reserve System across Australia.Â Â
NPAQ is a non government, non party political, private organisation. We campaign for more National Parks and Protected Area Estate across Queensland and in order to do this, we liaise with politicians and government members as well as key stakeholders such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS).
The Tasmanian National Parks Association Inc (TNPA) is a non-profit, non-government organisation committed to the protection of Tasmania's national parks and reserved lands.
The VNPA is the leading voice for nature conservation in Victoria, and meets regularly with heads of government agencies and State Government ministers. Generous philanthropic support from the community gives us the capacity to make a real difference to nature conservation in Victoria.
The Nature Conservation Society is a major environmental group, celebrating fifty years of devoting its energies to ensuring the survival of South Australia's biodiversity.
The NPA ACT plays an active role in conservation issues in the ACT