Technical Memorandum Series
- Research on fishes of the Great Barrier Reef 1978 (1.8 MB)
- Fisheries factors affecting marine park management 1978 (1.4 MB)
- Amateur fishing on the Great Barrier Reef 1979 (1005.8 KB)
- Scientific meeting on physical oceanography of GBR region1982/83 (2.2 MB)
- Age structure of the Fantome Island fringing reef 1985 (1.4 MB)
- Reef cover and zonation clasification system for remotely sensed GBR data 1986 (5.0 MB)
- Geomorphological nomenclature reef cover and zonation on GBR 1986 (2.7 MB)
- Aquarium fishes collection in the GBR region 1986 (2.3 MB)
- Sedimentary framework of mainland fringing reef development Cape Tribulation 1987 (2.6 MB)
- Reef cover and zonation classification system user guide and handbook 1987 (1.8 MB)
- Geomorphological seperability landsat MSSand aerial photographic data Heron isl GBR 1987 (945.6 KB)
- Atlas of skeletal components of Crown-of-thorns starfish 1987 (4.5 MB)
- Social carrying capacity in recreational settings review 1988 (6.5 MB)
- Marine parks and protected areas bibliography 1989 (1.5 MB)
- Effects of increased sedimentation on recruitment and population of juvenile coral Cape Tribulation 1989 (2.2 MB)
- Morphology and development of Cape Tribulation fringing reefs GBR 1990 (5.4 MB)
- Management of rec fishing in the GBR Marine Park 1990 (2.3 MB)
- Natural recruitment and recovery process corals at Green isl 1990 (4.4 MB)
- Additions revisions fish checklist of Capricorn-Bunker Group GBR 1990 (2.2 MB)
- Sedimentation resulting from road development Cape Tribulation 1993 (9.7 MB)
- Accelerated regeneration of hard corals manual 1995 (4.1 MB)
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.