There’s many people and groups around the region working
to improve reef and waterway health. We think their work
should be celebrated. We’re committed to telling their
stories and hope that it sparks important conversations.
The sugarcane industry is a backbone of the Wet Tropics rural economy but the industry operates close to two World Heritage Areas including the Great Barrier Reef.
With over 300,000 visitors a year, Cairns Aquarium has an important role in educating the public about conservation.
This reef water quality project received unprecedented engagement. Find out why.
This Johnstone River local enjoys eating dead things and can breathe through it's bum. What a catch!
Ornamental fish can pose a serious threat to our waterways. How can we encourage responsible fish ownership?