Marine park managers, scientists and experts recently met for the annual pre-summer workshop to assess climate-related risks to the Great Barrier Reef over the coming months.Read full article
A recreational fisher recently pleaded guilty and was fined $4000 after he was found fishing in a no-take green zone near Lady Musgrave Island.Read full article
The Australian and Queensland governments provided UNESCO with an update of the progress Reef 2050 Plan.Read full article
Our current conditions report provides regular updates on the health of the Reef, including incidences of coral bleaching.
Article by Kristin Hettermann
World Heritage Marine Sites Focus on Reducing Illegal Fishing and Scale Up Monitoring of No-Take Zones.
Latest updates about coral bleaching.
We are currently seeking qualified licenced trades people for the following: carpenter, mechanical fitter, electrician and plumbers.
Our 2015–16 annual report details our work in managing one of the world's living treasures.
You can help protect the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park by reporting incidents and suspected illegal activity you have witnessed.
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