Governance

Fishing: Set lines now prohibited in Queensland

Set lines have the potential to impact target and non-target species both from an animal welfare and sustainability perspective. The low cost of set lines

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Crab Responsibly Rules

Crabbing is one of Queensland’s most popular forms of fishing, easy and accessible. However, as with any form of fishing, its effects on the environment

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Volunteer Heroes of the Waterways

The sun is rising over the horizon welcoming another perfect Saturday on the Gold Coast. You have planned for some weeks now to take some

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Who’s in charge of our waterways?

As lively channels of exquisite beauty and leisure are a significant contributor to the local economy, the Gold Coast waterways must be protected and maintained

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Boaties and the Red-Yellow flags

The Gold Coast is famous for its golden sands, curling waves and perfect beach conditions. Boasting almost 60 kilometres of pristine coastline, it is no

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Welcome to the Gold Coast boating community

We hope our magazine inspires you to “get involved” in boating – whether it‘s spending more time on your vessel, or agreeing to a joyride

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Marine rescue vessel launched

Marine Rescue 4          Written by Adele Pavlidis    Photographer: Byron Wallace   November 9 was a perfect Gold Coast spring day

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What if? Message hits Queensland airwaves

Queensland families will learn about the confronting consequences they could face if they’re not fully prepared for storm season, in a new campaign to get

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“Play it safe” at South East Queensland lakes this summer

Visitors to south east Queensland’s lakes are being urged to Play it safe this summer.   As part of Get Ready Week, Water Supply Minister Mark McArdle

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Budds beach noisy problem solved

Gold Coast Waterways Authority have put a stop to jet powered novelty craft such as JetLev and Flyboard from operating at Budds Beach following hundreds

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