Reef Community Hub

Reef Community Hub

Where the Reef network – including our stakeholders, partners, and the broader Reef community here at home and globally – can find the latest news, content, and publications from the Foundation’s project portfolio.

#Project News

Local Action Projects design case study

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Local Action Projects design case study

Pilot program design, achievements and learnings 2019-2022

Teachers undertaking training in tidal wetland citizen science monitoring methods at Boyne Island Environment Education Centre. Photo credit: Earthwatch

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Citizen Science project wrap: Stories of impact

Protecting Wetlands for the Future

Citizen Science project wrap:  Stories of impact

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Citizen Science project wrap: Stories of impact

Combining Citizen Science and innovative technologies to enhance reef management

Credit: Douglas Shire Council

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Local Action project wrap: Stories of impact Douglas Shire

Fishing for the future: Promotion of Sustainable Fishing Practices

Unlocking sustainable tourism

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Unlocking sustainable tourism

Dispatch from Resilient Reefs

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Dispatch from Resilient Reefs

Key lessons and concrete steps to solving a wicked global problem


#RTP in Focus

Catch up here on our RTP in Focus webinar series where we profile the Components, projects and people of the Reef Trust Partnership.

COTS Control

COTS Control

Filmed October 2021

Traditional Owner Reef Protection

Traditional Owner Reef Protection

Celebrating NAIDOC Week
Filmed Tuesday 6 July 2021

Water Quality

Water Quality

Filmed March 2021


#Reef Network News

Our monthly e-newsletter where you'll find the latest Great Barrier Reef news, opportunities and stories from the Foundation’s project portfolio, our partners and across the broader Reef community.

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#Publications and Reports

A collection of our feature publications and reports from across the Foundation's portfolio.

Acknowledgement of Country

The Great Barrier Reef Foundation extends its deepest respect and recognition to the Traditional Owners of the Great Barrier Reef and its Catchments as First Nations Peoples holding the hopes, dreams, traditions and cultures of the Reef.