- 25 year strategic plan 1994 (3.8 MB)
- 25 year strategic plan 1994 appendixes (1.8 MB)
- Climate change action plan 2007-2012 (739.7 KB)
- Conservation and management of sharks and rays 2007 (353.2 KB)
- Coral bleaching response plan 2010-2011 (3.6 MB)
- Corporate plan 2011-2014 (719.7 KB)
- GBRMP zoning plan 2003 (2.6 MB)
- GBRMP zoning plan draft 2003 (2.4 MB)
- Reef water quality protection plan 2003 (1.8 MB)
- Reef water quality protection plan 2009 (2.4 MB)
- Regional management issues in the East Coast Inshore Finfish Fishery 2007 (228.1 KB)
- Translocation of species 2007 (213.8 KB)
- Hinchinbrook plan of management 2004 (1.7 MB)
- Michaelmas management plan 1986 (1.7 MB)
- Shoalwater Bay plan of management 1997 (1.3 MB)
- Cairns area plan of management 2008 amendment summary (15.3 KB)
- Cairns area plan of management 2008 (745.9 KB)
- Agincourt Reef site plan 2001 (304.8 KB)
- Briggs Reef site plan 2001 (234.7 KB)
- Flynn Reef site plan 2001 (312.6 KB)
- Flynn Reef site plan 2006 (100.9 KB)
- Frankland Islands site plan 2006 (239.4 KB)
- Green Island Reef locality 1 site plan 2001 (356.4 KB)
- Lizard Island locality 2 site plan 1999 (763.0 KB)
- Lizard Island locality 3 site plan 1999 (759.5 KB)
- Michaelmas Cay locality site plan 2001 (295.7 KB)
- Milln Reef site plan 2001 (462.1 KB)
- Milln Reef site plan 2006 (114.9 KB)
- Moore Reef locality 2 site plan 2001 (302.1 KB)
- Norman Reef site plan 2001 (344.2 KB)
- Opal Reef site plan 2001 (275.5 KB)
- Tongue Reef site plan 2001 (264.9 KB)
- Hastings Reef locality 1 site plan 2001 (406.3 KB)
- Upolu Cay Reef site plan 2001 (695.4 KB)
- Whitsundays plan of management 2008 amendment summary (48.2 KB)
- Whitsundays plan of management 2008 (765.6 KB)
Plans of management
Cairns area plan of management
Historical site plans
Whitsunday plans of management
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