Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley has welcomed the support of an overwhelming majority of nations at the 44th session of the World Heritage Committee which has tonight (AEDT) backed Australia’s concerns over the UNESCO assessment process for the GBR
On the eve of a critical World Heritage Committee meeting, a new report released today by the Australian Institute of Marine Science shows widespread coral recovery taking place on the Great Barrier Reef.
The Australian Government is investing an additional $9 million for Traditional Owner led projects to protect and manage Great Barrier Reef supporting programs, including coastline management, weed and feral animal control, Indigenous fire management and
The Great Barrier Reef Foundation has identified $111 million in spending under the landmark Reef Trust Partnership over the next financial year that will help keep Australia on track to meet its 2025 Reef water quality improvement targets and drive forwa
Minister for the Environment, Sussan Ley will travel overseas today as part of Morrison Government’s campaign to stand up for Australia’s interests and support Great Barrier Reef communities and Tourism Operators ahead of the UNESCO...
Visitors to Kakadu National Park will soon be able to enjoy safer and more reliable dry season access to the spectacular Twin Falls area, with construction to raise Jim Jim Creek crossing now underway.