Many people are working to preserve the wonder
The Great Barrier Reef is home to the richest and most complex ecosystems on the planet. But it’s facing some serious threats. This is why many people are working hard to preserve its wonder. And you can too.
The Great Barrier Reef, one of the world’s natural wonders, hugs 2300 km of Queensland coastline.
The Reef is home to whales, dugongs, marine turtles and more than 1600 species of fish.
And their home is in our backyard.
This is why Queenslanders are working hard to preserve the wonder of the Great Barrier Reef.
With ever-increasing threats from climate change, poor water quality and coral-eating crown-of-thorns starfish, Queenslanders are stepping up and taking action.
Farmers, communities, industry sectors, scientists, rangers and governments are using the best available science and working together to improve the health of the Great Barrier Reef.
These videos and articles are just a few examples of how the work of many is working.
You can join the many Queenslanders working to preserve the wonder. Find out how you can help.