SUPERYACHT QUEENSLAND GETS INJECTION - March 12, 2015

Superyacht Australia announced today that they … read more.

SUPERYACHTS ATTRACTED TO MELBOURNE - March 11, 2015

Melbourne has played host to four … read more.

New beach moorings at Rottnest Islan - February 24, 2015

Club Marine, Australia’s market leader in … read more.

Home > INFORMATION & FORMALITIES > Great Barrier Reef
Great Barrier Reef

Permits

The Great Barrier Reef, stretching more than 2,300km along the northeast coast of Australia, is undisputed as one of the world’s most important natural assets. It is the largest protected reef system in the world and is part of the world’s largest World Heritage Area. Regulations ensure use of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is sustainable. There are basic rules for operating that apply to all recreational and commercial users. It is advisable to check the current requirements at least eight (8) weeks before each visit, specifically the requirement to obtain a permit.

Before cruising the Great Barrier Reef, superyachts should review the following documents:

  • Zoning plan
  • Plans of management
  • Waste disposal regulations
  • Anchoring locations
  • Compulsory pilotage regulations
  • Responsible reef practices
  • Whale and dolphin watching regulations

All documents are available on the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority’s web site (www.gbrmpa.gov.au) or email tourrec@gbrmpa.gov.au for further information.

SEARCH