Environment

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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6 Clean-up Tips for Boaties

Fancy a day out on ocean, soaking up the sun and the breeze, and then seeing something in the water that looked like a fish.

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Clean Up 15mins A Day

The concept is simple: spend at least fifteen minutes a week picking up litter wherever you are. And as an incentive, post a simple artwork

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Boating to Save Oceans

Ian Thomson is known for setting the world record in the fastest solo circumnavigation of Australia. His motivation for sailing came first from his love

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Dredging on the Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is undoubtedly one of Australia’s unique and most liveable cities, with more than 300 sunny days per year. It can be even

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Recycling Boats

Even the best constructed boats have to end their lives someday. But when this day comes, what happens to your beloved sailing or motoring beauty? 

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How Narrowneck Copied Nature

Did you know that just off shore at Narrowneck is a reef? A different type of reef you may be familiar with such as a

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Boats Tie Up for a Clean-Up

Through The Porthole   ABOUT THE PHOTO: This was our first official dive clean-up event held on 5 July 2015. The boats arrived at 8:00 in

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