Environment

Waking a Difference

Residential and commercial development along the Gold Coast beaches and foreshore has seen a reduction in the number of natural dunes along the coast. Stable

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8 Ways for Mindfulness in Boating

It “initially” seems paradoxical to be a boatie and be friendly to nature—unless you use wind and solar-powered boat that is made of 100% biodegradable

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Mangroves: For Good Boating and Fishing

Mangroves are a common sight around Moreton Bay and the Gold Coast, fringing local waterways and covering many of the islands found in the bay

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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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