Environment

Ode To Crabs

If you have ever been to a beach on the Gold Coast, you may have encountered the common ghost crab. If you are a frequent

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GCWA: Delivering Dredging, Destinations and More

NEXT PHASE OF IMPROVEMENTS FOR DOUG JENNINGS PARK COMPLETE Stage Four of the ongoing revitalisation works for one of the Gold Coast’s most-loved parks at

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Busting Pest Fish

Pest fish and fishing competitions may seem like a mismatch. However, when it is an effective way of eradicating the “pests” from the waterways, while

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Sea-preneurs

Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the French oceanographer and pioneer of marine conservation, once said, “The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of

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The Ocean is in Our Hands

With an average speed of just 12 knots an hour, the 57ft old girl is proud to have 7000 hours under her hull. It has

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Keeping the Waterways Clear

The waterways are undoubtedly a wonderful feature of life on the Gold Coast. They provide numerous social and leisure opportunities, and their contribution to the

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Humpbacks: Beyond Whale-Watching

The 2017 whale season was a busy time for the 58 volunteers of Humpbacks & High-rises (HHR). For 120 days from June to November, HHR

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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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