Every few years the Society organises a scientific study to a significant, but difficult to access, part of Queensland. Researchers from a wide range of institutions participate in these multi-disciplinary projects.
In recent years studies have been undertaken to:
2012, Pungalina Seven-Emu, Northern Territory
2007, Cravens Peak, south-west Queensland
2002, Sweers Island and Pennefather River, in the Gulf of Carpentaria
2000, White Mountains National Park, near Hughenden
1997, North East Herald Cay, Coral Sea Islands Territory
1995, Musselbrook Reserve, Lawn Hill National Park
1992, Heathlands, Cape York Peninsula (in the wet season)
Our Society is proud of its ability to help scientists access these isolated areas and also to facilitate a valuable, cross-disciplinary exchange of information. Comprehensive reports are published and made available to State and Commonwealth departments where they contribute to conservation management planning.