Fun and environmental education mix at the Future Leaders Eco Challenge 2014.Read full article
The Australian and Queensland governments released the final comprehensive strategic assessment of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.Read full article
More than 60 students and teachers in the Gladstone region swapped the classroom for the beach to learn how local environmental actions can protect the Reef.Read full article
We've released our 2014 Outlook Report on the Reef's health, management and likely future.
Our strategic assessment and 25-year management plan outlines how we will strengthen Reef management and new initiatives.
Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt and Queensland Minister for National Parks Steve Dickson met with Traditional Owners in Cairns recently.
The Great Barrier Reef and its amazing inhabitants will be better protected for Queenslanders and tourists to enjoy thanks to the launch of a new $5 million vessel, the ‘Reef Ranger’.
Each summer, we assess the health of reefs, as this part of the year poses a greater risk of coral bleaching, extreme weather and flooding.
We are working in partnership with AIMS to bring together existing scientific knowledge of the effects of dredging and dredge disposal.
There are many ways you can get involved and show your support for the Great Barrier Reef.
- Zoning Maps
- Images for downloading
- News releases
- Permit information
- Reef in Brief e-newsletter
- Freedom of Information
- Work with us
- Community consultation
- Help protect the Reef
- Join a monitoring program
- Become a Reef Guardian
- Report an incident
- Visit Reef HQ Aquarium
- Donate to the Turtle Hospital
- Out on the water