With Finding Dory hitting Australian cinemas, marine managers are reminding Great Barrier Reef fishers and visitors about the importance of Dory and her “cousins” to the marine environment.Read full article
The life of ocean pioneer Neville Coleman OAM is being celebrated with a reef being named in his honour in the Great Barrier Reef Marine ParkRead full article
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