Traditional Owner connections to sea country
- Story Place
- Saltwater Women's Gathering
- Traditional Owners of the Great Barrier Reef
- Traditional use of the Marine Park
- Traditional Use of Marine Resources Agreements
- Sea country management
- Land and Sea Country Indigenous Partnerships Program
- Photographic competition winners 2012
- Australian Government agencies
- Queensland Government agencies
- Reef Guardian Schools
- Reef Guardian Councils
- Reef Guardian Fishers
- Reef Guardian Farmers and Graziers
- Grazier Profile - Jeff Mills
- Farmer profile - Paul Gregory
- Grazier profile - Kirk Smith
- Farmer profile - Marc Darveniza
- Grazier profile - Jeff Mills
- Grazier profile - Ivan Stiller
- Farmer profile - Tony Ross
- Farmer profile - Alan Robino
- Farmer profile - Mark Rossato
- Farmer profile - Jeff Cantamessa
- Farmer profile - Vince Papale
- Commercial fishing industry
- Tourism partners
- Reef Advisory Committees
Local Marine Advisory Committees
- Cape York LMAC
- Douglas LMAC
- Cairns LMAC
- Cassowary Coast LMAC
- Hinchinbrook LMAC
- Townsville LMAC
- Bowen - Burdekin LMAC
- Whitsunday LMAC
- Mackay LMAC
- Capricorn Coast LMAC
- Gladstone LMAC
- Burnett LMAC
- Scientists and researchers
The Reef community
- Reef champions: making a difference
- Upper Cassowary Creek restoration
- Mission Beach wetlands restoration project
- 121 Childcare Centre, Cannonvale
- Bundaberg West State School, Bundaberg
- Calvary Christian College, Townsville
- Cannonvale State School, Cannonvale
- Eimeo Road State School
- Gladstone State High School
- Goodstart Early Learning Centre, Trinity Beach
- Holloways Beach Environmental Education Centre, Cairns
- Holy Cross School Trinity Park
- Home Hill Primary School
- Kalkie State School
- Merinda State School, Merinda
- Mourilyan State School
- Mt Gravatt State High School
- Oonoonba State School, Townsville
- Rockhampton Grammar School
- St Catherine's Catholic School, Proserpine
- St Joseph's Catholic School, Mundingburra
- Star of the Sea Catholic Primary School, Gladstone
- Swayneville State School, Sarina
- Tagai College, Badu Island
- Trebonne State School, Trebonne
- Victoria Plantation State School
- Cavendish Road State High School
Due to the introduction and adoption of new technology, Indigenous people today may live more modern lifestyles than in the past.
For example, in the past Indigenous people used wooden outrigger canoes and wooden spears for transport, fishing and hunting, whereas today they may prefer to use small motorized boats, fishing rods or spear guns.
This is still considered traditional use because it is the cultural practice of activities such as hunting and gathering of resources, the knowledge of where to find them and the preparation, social sharing and consumption of food resources that is important rather than the tools used.
Today, oral, visual and traditional histories provide the link to their pasts and are fundamental elements that keep Indigenous peoples' living cultures alive.
If you're heading out on the water, don't forget your free Zoning Map so you know where you can go and what you can do.
The Great Barrier Reef is a hive of activity. If you're lucky enough to see a humpback whale from May to September, make sure you keep a safe distance.
We're delighted to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park's World Heritage listing.
Visit our Great Barrier Reef and discover its amazing plants, animals and habitats. There are a range of tourism experiences on offer.
Everyone has a role to play in protecting our Great Barrier Reef. Find out what you can do to help protect this Great Australian icon.
If you see sick, dead or stranded marine animals please call RSPCA QLD 1300 ANIMAL
(1300 264 625)
A Vulnerability Assessment: of the issues that could have far-reaching consequences for the Great Barrier Reef.