The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority strongly welcomes the World Heritage Committee’s draft decision to recommend that the Great Barrier Reef retains its world heritage listing.Read full article
The Commonwealth is seeking damages from the owner of Shen Neng 1 for the cost of remediation of the Douglas shoal or, as an alternative, orders requiring remediation of the shoal by the ship’s owner.Read full article
Regulations to implement the Coalition's historic ban on the disposal of capital dredge material in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park have been signed off by the Government.Read full article
Two nationally significant RAAF Second World War aircraft wrecks are now protected in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.
Tourism Weekly Monitoring is one of the largest tourism-based coral reef monitoring collaborations on the planet, watch Emma's story about keeping an Eye on the Reef.
Competition: Produce a video to help create awareness about marine debris across the Great Barrier Reef.
Check out the latest news, videos and sightings from across the Great Barrier Reef.
How do you spot the coral-eating crown-of-thorns starfish, given their tendency to hide? Chris Jones from our Eye on the Reef program explains.
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