Why are national parks important ?
National parks are important because they hel[p protect our natural heritage. It protects animals ,plants and also the forests that grow there.
The beauty of national parks extract millions of tourists annually ,which help to raise money. It also helps to protect the national parks even more. National parks deliver cultural health to Australians.
National parks are home to many lovely animals and beautiful plants. Although ,there are feral animals ,national parks protect the animals and plants from them.
National parks provide a major boost .raising $23 billion into our country each year. for example ,The Great Barrier Reef raises more than six billion dollars a yea r in tourist- spending and supports over 63 ,ooo jobs.
New South Wales National Parks are alive and with history and culture that's why protecting national parks is good. In national parks ,you might see aboriginal carvings that they did when they lived on Australia. Only a few national parks have special carvings because Aboriginies lived in different parts in Australia.
Today ,National parks also protect the plants that the Aboriginies used as tools ,medicine and trading the other people that lived there. For e.g. The white people. The Aboriginies also lived with eating poisonous plants turned into un-poisonous plants.
The people who take care of national parks can pick those plants that are medicines and give them to chemist people and they can make the plants into tablets. Then we will have medicine to take when we're sick.
Finally ,at National parks ,tourist's don't just need to go there for fun ,they can also go there to get fit. see how great it is ,to protect National parks ?
In conclusion ,I'll remind you again. Don't close or destroy National parks. If you do ,then animals and plants will die . If the plants die ,there will be no medicine if chemicals run out of them. If there will be no animals ,then tourists can't raise money to our country. Thank you for protecting our national Parks.