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Area proposed for offshore wind in Bass Strait (Tasmania)

We want your feedback on the area proposed for offshore wind development in Bass Strait off Northern Tasmania.

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Have your say on the development of a fuel quality standard for renewable diesel

Renewable diesel is an alternative to petroleum-derived diesel and produces lower greenhouse gas emissions.

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The Reef Trust Water Quality Achievements report is out now!

Learn more about projects that are improving the quality of water flowing to the Great Barrier Reef.

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Grant opportunity: Urban Rivers and Catchments Program

Grant guidelines for the Urban Rivers and Catchments Program 2023 grant opportunity are now available.

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Queensland's Rookwood Weir project now complete

The National Water Grid's Rookwood Weir (Managibei Gamu) is now officially open, providing water security for central Queensland.

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The public consultation period for assessment for export accreditation will be open until COB 10 January 2024.
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Each year the world’s largest synchronised coral spawning event happens along the Great Barrier Reef and this provides valuable opportu
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On World Ocean Day on 8 June, we invited Australians to enter our art competition to show us what they love about our ocean. We received more than 60 entries across 3 age categories: