Citizen science groups across the Great Barrier Reef are a powerful force, collecting important information on everything from mangroves to manta rays, and coral to coastal habitats. Volunteers help gather quality information and data, enhancing both community and Reef management decisions.
Citizen science projects come in all shapes, sizes and subjects - from mangroves to manta rays, and coral to coastal habitats. Join like-minded people for group activities, or collect data in your own time, in or out of the water. Volunteers produce real and tangible results, with the information and images used by professional scientists, reef managers, communities or conservation groups.