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Jabiru tourist caravan park/campground development : background information



Jabiru tourist caravan park/campground development : background information


Jabiru Town Development Authority


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Trailer camps -- Environmental aspects -- Northern Territory -- Jabiru; Land use, Urban -- Northern Territory -- Jabiru; Camping -- Northern Territory -- Jabiru

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Jabiru (N.T.)

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Jabiru Town Development Authority


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,...... - 4 A map showing alternative camping facilities within the region of the proposed development is shown in Appendix 3 . Photographs of the campground site and vicinity are shown in Appendix 4. 2.0 JABIRU TOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY The JTDA was established by the Jabiru Town Development Act. The Act empowers the JTDA to plan, design, construct and manage the town. Development control in Jabiru is administered by the Northern Territory Minister for Lands and Housing, who has delegated this power to the Chairman of the JTDA. Copies of the approved Jabiru Town Plan 1981 are available from the Jabiru Town Development Authority, PO Box 4621, DARWIN NT 0801, telephone (089) 896798. 3.0 JABIRU TOWN COUNCIL In July 1984 the Jabiru Town Council (JTC) was established. It is responsible for the performance of all municipal functions within Jabiru, and in this respect, the JTC operates the water supply and sewerage systems as delegate of the JTDA. 4.0 KAKADU NATIONAL PARK Stage 1 of the Kakadu Nat i onal 5 April 1979, and had a total kilometres. Park was area of proclaimed on 6,144 square Stage 2 of the Park was proclaimed on 28 February 1984, encompassing an additional area of 6,929 square kilometres. Stage 3 of the Park encompassing the Gimbat and Goodparla Pastoral leases, covering 6,726 square kilometres was proclaimed on 12 June, 1987. The total park area is now 19,799 square kilometres. All of the above areas are within the Alligator Rivers Region, and have been much publicised internationally in the last few years, by the "Crocodile Dundee" films in particular. Some of the Park's attractions are: (i) A wide range of attractive scenic features including the escarpment formations, the contrast of escarpment and lowland vistas across the dissected plateau, and from it across the lowlands to the plateau outliers and the flood-plains.

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