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Protecting the Great Barrier Reef


Have you got a great idea that can help the reef?

Expressions of interest are open until Friday 21 April for trialling water treatment systems and agricultural management practices in reef catchments.


Enhancing reef regulations discussion paper - now closed

The public submission period has now closed. Read about the next steps.


Reef 2050 Update on progress

Australia has provided UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre with an update on progress with actions under the Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan to protect the Great Barrier Reef.


Want to know more about the MIPs?

Wet Tropics and the Burdekin regions are busy designing the Major Integrated Projects in their regions.


Springvale Station

The Queensland Government has purchased Springvale Station – a 56,000 hectare property in Far North Queensland – for the purposes of adding to the State’s protected area estate and reducing sediment run-off entering the Normanby River catchment which drains to the northern Great Barrier Reef.


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Last updated
21 April 2017

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