Jose is one of our education officers at the Reef Authority.
The latest Reef Joint Field Management Program (RJFMP) Foundation Program was held 17-21 April.
The TUMRA Steering Committee meeting was attended well by Committee members and most notably, was observed by several Elders representing each of the four groups covered under the TUMRA.
Often confused for sharks, shovelnose rays are closely related to their cousins, looking like a combination of your traditional flat ray and the rounder bottom dwelling sharks.
The Reef Authority, is delighted to announce the Crown-of-thorns Starfish (COTS) Control Program has been named the winner of the Biodiversity category for the 34th Banksia National Sustainability
If you are heading out on the Reef over the Easter break, be sure to know how to follow Marine Park zoning rules.
Fred is the Reef Authority’s Director of Reef Education and Engagement and has been with us for over twenty years.
The Crown-of-thorns Starfish Control Program has received its first-ever, long-term funding commitment, reflecting the program’s success-to-date building Reef resilience.
Officers from the Reef Authority’s spatial planning team had the rare and privileged opportunity to get out on Sea Country with Mandubarra Traditional Owners.