The Australian and Queensland governments provided UNESCO with an update of the progress Reef 2050 Plan.Read full article
Statement from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority about coral collecting.Read full article
A Townsville marine biologist whose thirst for knowledge led to the 'discovery' of dwarf minke whales and snubfin dolphins in Australian waters has had a reef named in his honour.Read full article
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.
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Our 2015–16 annual report details our work in managing one of the world's living treasures.
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