‘Visitors vote and other species don’t,’ says researcher, who found park managers are being pressured to prioritise infrastructure

Managers of cash-strapped national parks have put spending on visitor facilities ahead of managing the environment, a Queensland study has found.

Researchers from James Cook University spent years interviewing managers from 41 protected areas around the state and say all are suffering the effects of inadequate, shrinking budgets.

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