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Reef Check in SEQ

South East Queensland (SEQ) is a transitional area where tropical, sub-tropical and temperate species all exist within the same habitat area. With pressures from a rapidly growing population, sedimentation from catchments, coastal development and cliamte change, this transitional area is gaining recognition as an important area to study and protect.

Our volunteer monitoring activities provide valuable information where there is currently a serious gap in the data; many of the sites Reef Check visits annually do not have regular long-term monitoring programs. Reef Check monitors more than 20 locations across the Sunshine Coast, Moreton Bay/Quandamooka and the Gold Coast.

You might be surprised about the amazing coral communities than can be found along the SEQ coast.

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Reef Check's regional history

Following the success of our flagship GBR project, Reef Check Australia's South East Queensland (SEQ) project was established in 2007 to monitor subtropical reef sites between the Gold Coast, Brisbane area and the Sunshine Coast. 

 

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Project Support

The 2016-2017 SEQ Survey Season is supported by funding through Queensland Government's Everyone's Environment Grants, Healthy Waterways, Redland City Council and Sunshine Coast Council Environment Levy Partnership Grants.

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