Category Archive: Protect Our Coral Sea

Coral Sea Update – stay tuned!

The ongoing work for the protection of the iconic Coral Sea The national network of marine reserves recognises the value of our oceans as the common heritage of all Australians and announces Australia as a world’s leader in marine conservation. During the recent public consultation period on the final zoning over 83,000 people entered submissions in …

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Final Coral Sea Marine Reserve has been announced – but it’s not over yet!

In June 2012 the Federal Environment Minister announced the Final Plan for the Coral Sea and other marine reserves as part of the national system of marine reserves around Australia.  The final decision on the fate of the Coral Sea is undoubtedly a historic step in marine conservation and one that we can all be …

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Permanent link to this article: https://cafnec.org.au/2012/06/14/final-coral-sea-marine-reserve-announced-today-but-its-not-over-yet/

Whales of the Coral Sea

The Coral Sea plays a central role in this journey, being one of the most important migration corridors. Here, beyond the Great Barrier Reef, whales swim, feed and breed in warm tropical waters and right now we have a chance to protect this rare and unique place forever! Between April and November Australia’s eastern coastline is home to the spectacular acrobatic displays of migrating whales.

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Permanent link to this article: https://cafnec.org.au/2012/06/04/whales-of-the-coral-sea/

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