Marine debris washed up on Cape York beach image credit: Tangaroa Blue Foundation / Australian Marine Debris Initiative photography H.Taylor

Marine debris on beach

Junior Outlook

The Junior Outlook Reef Beat presents a series of posters focused on results from the Authority’s Outlook Report 2019, introduces some amazing animals seen along the Reef and the actions students can take to protect the Reef.

Outlook Report 2019

Published every five years, the 2019 Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority's Outlook Report examines the Great Barrier Reef's health, pressures, and likely future. The 2019 report is the third comprehensive report in the series, and identifies the Great Barrier Reef Region still faces significant pressures ranging in scale from local to global.

We have a range of educational resources for teachers and students on marine debris in the Great Barrier Reef.

Reef Beat 2016 activity book and video

This Reef Beat education series, threats to the Reef, encourages teachers and students to explore the Great Barrier Reef, threats to the Reef and ways to protect its health and improve its resilience. The series includes an activity book and five short videos.

Reef beat series - threats to the Reef

Reef beat series - threats to the Reef

We have a range of educational resources for teachers and students on marine debris in the Great Barrier Reef.

Reef Beat 2016 activity book and video

This Reef Beat education series, threats to the Reef, encourages teachers and students to explore the Great Barrier Reef, threats to the Reef and ways to protect its health and improve its resilience. The series includes an activity book and five short videos.

Marine debris webpage

Our marine debris webpage explains what marine debris is and what we're doing to reduce marine debris in the Great Barrier Reef.

Marine debris video

Our marine debris YouTube video explains what marine debris is and what you can do to help.

Reef beat series - Marine Debris

Don't let your litter bug our Reef