Strategic assessment bolsters Reef protection

Published 12/08/2014

The Australian and Queensland governments released the final comprehensive strategic assessment of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.

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Gladstone and Tannum students get involved in local actions to protect the Reef

Published 11/08/2014

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.

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Innisfail school planting the seed for catchment rejuvenation

Published 05/08/2014

Innisfail State College is giving their local environment a helping hand by propagating native tree seeds and planting trees.

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Strategic assessment and 25-year management plan

Our strategic assessment and 25-year management plan outlines how we will strengthen Reef management and new initiatives.

Great Barrier Reef Outlook Report

We've released our 2014 Outlook Report on the Reef's health, management and likely future.

Get involved

Find out how you can help protect the Great Barrier Reef.

Traditional Use of Marine Resources Agreements

The Yirrganydji people have launched a Traditional Use of Marine Resources Agreement which outlines how they will manage their sea country, between Cairns and Port Douglas.

Ministers meet Traditional Owners

Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt and Queensland Minister for National Parks Steve Dickson met with Traditional Owners in Cairns recently.

Reef Ranger reports for duty on Great Barrier Reef

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’.