Environment

Giving Back to the Whales

Whale watching is more popular as a tourist activity than anything else. The whale and dolphin watching is a huge industry in Australia. The most

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Share your thoughts on local waterways

Residents of South East Queensland are being urged to help with a regional survey on how communities use and value their local waterways, and can

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Tackle Bin Project

A diver jumps into the Seaway. His dive buddy follows suit. A few metres into the descent, a nature show begins. The spectacular marine life

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Do Not Fear Sharks!

What is the attraction about sharks? Why do they constantly create media frenzy more ferocious than the feeding frenzy itself? Let me give you an

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Art and Ocean

He is an Australian-born artist whose name literally speaks a lot about his work and life. Radha Pederson’s first name is of Vaishnava Hindu tradition,

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Michael Aird: My Life On The Waterways

When looking at photographs taken over 100 years ago in urbanised areas such as the Gold Coast, the viewer often considers the huge changes to

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Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol: 50 Years in Service

Fisheries Minister Leanne Donaldson took to the water on 1 July 2016 to mark the golden anniversary of the Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol (QBFP).

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Protecting Our Coasts Through Citizen Science

Did you know that Benjamin Franklin and Charles Darwin collected valuable data in the 19th century without getting paid? On the Gold Coast, members of

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Look Out! There Are Whales About

From now until early December, boaties need to keep a sharp eye out for humpback whales as these mammoth creatures move along the Queensland coast

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Clean Up Movements: Why Are They Important

We all know that 70 percent of the earth’s surface is covered with water. Boaties actually have such a privilege to be able to experience

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