Report an incident
You can help protect the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park by reporting incidents and suspected offences you have witnessed.
Incident Report forms help you to report suspected breaches of the law in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.You are encouraged to attach further documents or files if required.
If you witness a suspected breach of the law you are advised NOT to approach any suspected persons or request information from them.
To report an incident requiring an urgent response, please phone details as soon as possible to the Field Management Compliance Coordination Unit: Phone: 07 4726 0588 (24hr) or refer to the numbers at the bottom of this page during business hours.
Refer to other important phone numbers if required.
Note: Due to system upgrade our online online forms are currently not available, if you witness a marine incident that needs to be reported. Please email our Compliance unit and attach relevant photos to the email. This service should be reinstated by close of business 27 May.
MARINE PARKS CONTACT DETAILS
|Field Management Compliance Coordination Unit|
|PO Box 6213 TOWNSVILLE MC, QLD 4810
Phone: 07 4726 0588 | Fax: 07 4726 0554
|PO Box 2066 CAIRNS, QLD 4870
Phone: 07 4047 9616 | Fax: 07 4046 6667
|PO Box 5391 TOWNSVILLE MC, QLD 4810
Phone: 07 4722 5244 | Fax: 07 4722 5311
|PO Box 5332 AIRLIE BEACH, QLD 4802
Phone: 07 4967 7355 | Fax: 07 4967 7388
|PO Box 5065 GLADSTONE, QLD 4680
Phone: 07 4971 6500 | Fax: 07 4972 1993
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