This October, ReefClean launched the Great Barrier Reef Clean-up, where communities came together in a concerted effort to improve the health of the Great Barrier Reef and its surrounding waterways. This will be an annual ReefClean event which we hope will continue to grow each year. Read more “Success at the Great Barrier Reef Clean-up”
One of the largest ever people‐powered clean‐ups of the Great Barrier Reef began last week, with young and old uniting to make a difference.
The Great Barrier Reef Clean‐up is part of the 5‐year ReefClean project, which focuses on both the removal and prevention of marine debris impacting our iconic reef. Over the weekend of October 5th & 6th, volunteers joined one of the five Great Barrier Reef Clean‐up launch events that took place across the Wet Tropics, Burdekin, Mackay Whitsundays, Fitzroy and Burnett Mary NRM Regions, with an additional event happening later in October on Badu Island in the Torres Strait. Read more “Harnessing the Power of the People for the Great Barrier Reef”
28th of July, 2019 – Cape Kimberley Beach near the Daintree River is one of Tangaroa Blue Foundation’s quarterly monitoring sites, on which data is collected and recorded every three months. Read more “Cape Kimberley Beach Clean-up Quarterly Monitoring Site”
Three down, three to go!
With the passing of July and the middle of the year, the Tangaroa Blue team are halfway through their Cape York Clean-up Tour for 2019, targeting a different location each month for 5 days from May to September. Read more “Cape York Clean-up Tour 2019”