Wolf Rock, Queensland is the only known gestation site for grey nurse sharks along the east coast of Australia. The east coast population is considered Critically Endangered with approximately 1500 individuals thought to remain. Pregnant females reside at Wolf Rock for 9 to 12 months before moving southward to to educate the diving industry and […]
Frogs play an important role in terrestrial and aquatic food webs in our local coastal ecosystems. They are an indicator of ecosystem health. Sadly the majority of frog species are in rapid decline including four species of acid frogs found only in SE Qld and NE NSW. These cute little amphibians are threatened by habitat […]
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the seven natural wonders of the world. It stretches 2,300 kilometres down the eastern coast of Australia, covering an area the size of Italy. Like many coral reefs worldwide, the Great Barrier Reef is under threat from bleaching, storm damage, poor water quality and climate change. Donate as little as $4 and you can help save our reef!