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Great Barrier Reef: Be Reef Smart

by GBRMPA 14 Feb 23:46 UTC
Be Reef Smart © GBRMPA

We're working with industry, community and recreational users in the Whitsundays area to educate and raise awareness of responsible Reef smart behaviours and we're engaging with visitors out on the water.

Keep an eye out for our Be Reef Smart buses with its striking look and helpful messages.

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