As Migaloo and other whales continue migrating through the Great Barrier Reef, whale-watching enthusiasts and visitors are reminded to keep a safe distance for the safety of whales and onlookers.Read full article
A Mackay marine aquarium fish and coral collector is the second of his trade to be inducted into the Great Barrier Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority’s Reef Guardians Program.Read full article
Pete Illidge maritime archaeologist describes seeing a historic shipwreck in the Great Barrier Reef for the first time.
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