Environment

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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Canal Wall Failure – A Growing Concern

It is Your Legal Obligation. Owners of waterfront properties are legally responsible for the care and maintenance of their own canal walls. This change of

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A Feat for Sand: The World’s First Sand Bypass System

The Gold Coast needed a Seaway, a permanent entrance for navigation that could withstand ocean swells. But with it came the challenge of addressing natural

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Are your yabbie traps legal?

Do you know that platypus live in our very own Gold Coast freshwater creeks? If not, that’s ok. Most of us do not know it

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