The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority's Information Services provides information systems, tools, collections and services.
It acts as the custodian to much of the agency's published material, which is available online through the Publications eLibrary.
Public access to Information Services is by appointment only.
You can discover a wealth of online information and imagery using these information systems:
- Publications eLibrary – discover and access agency publications spanning 40 years of Reef management. As well as housing online corporate publications, like the Annual Report or Outlook, topics include tourism, environmental management, shipping, fisheries and zoning.
- Library catalogue – browse or search through library collections.
- Online image collection – find spectacular online images of Australia's most famous natural wonder, the Great Barrier Reef.
For more information
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
PO Box 1379 (2-68 Flinders Street)
Townsville Qld 4810
Inter-library loan/document delivery contacts and conditions
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