The dugong population in the southern Great Barrier Reef region is in much better condition than after cyclone Yasi and the widespread flooding of 2011 new research finds.Read full article
A reef in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park has been named after Sir Sydney Schubert.Read full article
A commercial reef line fishing dory operator received a $10,000 fine after being caught in a no-take green zone in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park for the third time.Read full article
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Our latest information on mass coral bleaching and the impact of severe tropical cyclone Debbie.
The Queensland Government is seeking comments on draft environmental values and water quality objectives for Queensland waters under the Environmental Protection (Water) Policy (EPP Water).
Find out more about the joint Field Management Program’s activities achievements for 2015-16.
Article by Kristin Hettermann
World Heritage Marine Sites Focus on Reducing Illegal Fishing and Scale Up Monitoring of No-Take Zones.
You can help protect the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park by reporting incidents and suspected illegal activity you have witnessed.
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