CoralWatch data is available for this region.  Citizen scientists can monitor an existing site, or choose another area that is accessible.


Eye on the Reef collects information on reef health, marine animals and incidents in the area from the tip of Cape York right down to South East Queensland. 

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MangroveWatch Noosa River works with NICA to monitor shoreline habitats in the Noosa River, Mangrove Watch Moreton Bay works with Wildlife Preservation Society Qld (WPSQ) and SEQ Catchments to monitor shoreline habitats throughout Moreton Bay including; Pumicestone Passage, Currumundi Ck, Cabbage Tree Ck, Nundah Ck, Kedron Brook, Port of Brisbane, Bulimba Ck, North Stradbroke Island, Tingalpa Ck, Eprapah Ck, Redlands Foreshore and Southern Bay Islands. Mangrove Watch Oxley Creek works with Healthy Waterways and the Oxley Creek Catchment Association (OCCA) to monitor mangrove recovery and resilience in Oxley Creek, Brisbane.


Redmap invites you to spot, log and map uncommon marine species, from the tip of Cape York down to South East Queensland.          


Reef Check has more than 20 priority monitoring locations on subtropical rocky reefs in SEQ, ranging from Noosa to Palm Beach Reef. Visit the RCA Reef Health Database to learn more.

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Tangaroa Blue Foundation works with partners to coordinate projects at multiple sites in South East Queensland.