MTAQ Marine Teachers Association of Queensland

ABN: 70 652 509 393

P.O. Box 1258
Coolum Beach Qld 4573

Publicity Officer

Joline Lalime


Craig Reid
Meridan State College
07 5490 2666



Our Free Teacher Evening still has places available this Saturday night from 6 to 8pm.

Posted: 5-Nov-2014 23:46

Hello Marine Teachers, Our Free Teacher Evening still has places available this Saturday night from 6 to 8pm.RSVP 4pm Friday 7th November 2014 You can either call us on 5458 6226 or email  There will be nibbles and drinks provided as you explore the aquarium after the sun


Mackay MTAQ Network Afternoon 6th November 2014

Posted: 5-Nov-2014 22:03

QLD Marine Teachers,Marine Teachers Association of Queensland (MTAQ) & wish to invite you to a networking event at North Mackay SHS boat shed this Thursday the 6th of November.Come and join fellow Marine teachers of the Mackay region from 4-5.30pm. Afternoon Tea provided.Topics on the agenda for the evening


North Queensland MTAQ Branch Network Evening

Posted: 5-Nov-2014 22:03

QLD Marine Teachers,Could you please forward the following invitation to the Marine teaching staff of your organisation? Thanks in advance. Andrew Hislop & Ann More are the co-regional representatives of the Marine Teachers Association of Queensland (MTAQ) & wish to invite you to a networking event at the Balcony


South Coast MTAQ Branch Workshop

Posted: 22-Oct-2014 22:42

   MARINE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION QUEENSLAND SOUTHCOAST WORKSHOP   Wednesday 10th December Southport Yacht Club   Itinerary    8:30                           Meet & Greet + sign on   9:00    – 9:30             Discusion with Griffith uni (what skills students need for Marine degrees) 9:30    - 11:00            Practical field work, conducting experiments on the beach.   11:00  - 11:30            Morning Tea   11:30  - 12:00            How to run a successful Marine Science EMI (extended marine 


Brisbane Cruise Available

Posted: 17-Jun-2014 09:07

 The Pacific Ocean has more than eleven million square miles of ocean dotted with islands, some no larger than a suburban back yard. The names themselves conjure up images of times past, great voyages of discovery and pitched battles, now etched in history - Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, New Caledonia, Niue,


Mackay Conservation Group Art Show

Posted: 16-Jun-2014 11:58

Mackay Conservation Group invites you to their Art Show. The show is a fundraiser to protect the Barrier Reef featuring work by local artists and to celebrate their fresh new community space. 5.30pm Friday June 20th at 156 Wood St, Mackay. For more information call 07 - 4953 0808


AuSAE Workshop

Posted: 29-May-2014 13:54

If you are concerned about the impact the federal budget will have on your not-for-profit? AuSAE invites you to an invaluable, tailored sponsorship workshop. This is a great opportunity to learn how to powerfully increase your sponsorship income from Australasia’s foremost nonprofit sponsorship practitioner, Julian Moore.Recruiting and retaining high value


Mackay Networking Meeting 2014 Summary

Posted: 23-May-2014 14:34

 The Mackay Reef Guardian Networking  Meeting  on 1 May 2014 at Wetland Walkabout was a huge success.   The partner organisations and representatives that attended and some key topics covered during the meeting made the networking afternoon a success .   If you need assistance with anything or if you have upcoming


Mackay Boat Show

Posted: 23-May-2014 14:19

The Mackay Boat Show is confirmed for Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 June, 2014 at the Mackay Marine, Mackay.  With a new name & new look organisers are excited to expand the event to other industry components such as towing, accessories and destinations to really ensure the event encompasses


The National Safety Awards of Excellence

Posted: 23-May-2014 14:07

The National Safety Awards of Excellence, now in their 22nd year, are Australia’s premier safety awards program celebrating the heroes that contribute to the health, safety and wellbeing of employees and the continuous improvement of safety in their business.They are now calling for entries to this year’s awards and would appreciate


FREE Clay Workshop themed GBR

Posted: 23-May-2014 11:39

  Lalune Croker - a local ceramic artist and 2 other local artists are currently working on a project about the Great Barrier Reef. Their aim is to engage and educate through art. The artists are keen to run some Government funded clay workshops for the local Reef Guardian Schools - The

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