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



Stranded dolphins lured back out to sea

Posted: 4-Feb-2013 22:16

Rangers have prevented a mass stranding of dolphins near Albany by using a dolphin calf to lure up to 150 of the animals out to sea. The large pod of pantropical spotted dolphins was found in shallow water at Whalers Cove at the Two Peoples Bay nature reserve, south-east of Albany, early


Cartelux creates REEF Searcher motion picture

Posted: 4-Feb-2013 22:13

Cartelux is an international team of motion picture experts specializing inproduction, distribution, & licensing. Founded in 2011 by a team of fullypedigreed, award winning industry veterans, Cartelux was created to meet thesurging needs of a video demanding world. The team have no limitationsregarding the production needs of their clients, and have


Recreational Fishing Scoping Paper (coming from the tourism angle)

Posted: 4-Feb-2013 21:53

The state of the marine environment is sure to be a talking point with the upcoming 2013 federal election. An interesting draft scooping paper was circulated amongst stakeholders. Write on the MTAQ forum page your thoughts. (Member’s news)


Aquaponics Network Australia Newsletter

Posted: 3-Feb-2013 22:39

     According to Aquaponics Network Australia recent newsletter, Aquaponics and algae farms will help change Australia’s food industry.   Be well prepared in 2013 to recognize the early signs of massive changes in the $100 billion a year(retail value) Australian food industry. It is now be moving strongly towards urban-based aquaponics and algae


Lecture on Aquaponics at Bond University

Posted: 23-Jan-2013 17:35

How often do educators get an opportunity to attend a University lecture? Not very often. Well now is your chance. Bond University is offering a Lecture on Aquaponics on Monday, February 4, 2013. The key lecture is on aquaponics by Associate Professor Daryl McPhee, who is the Associate Professor of Environmental Science at Bond University.


Marine Queensland networking meeting exclusive to Marine Queensland members

Posted: 19-Nov-2012 14:56

Marine Queensland would like to extend an invitation for you to join us for a casual afternoon of networking exclusive to Marine Queensland members. This is an excellent opportunity to join the team at Marine Queensland for drinks and to catch up face to face with industry colleagues. Where: Waterlife Restaurant &


Dolphin Research Australia Launch & Event on 23rd November 2012

Posted: 19-Nov-2012 14:53

Hi Everyone, Dolphin Research Australia Launch & Event is drawing near on 23rd November 2012, at the Byron Bay Brewery, we have some exciting new announcements!! We’re proud to announce the addition of a beautiful framed photograph from Craig Parry to the prizes up for grabs on the day. The photograph will


Hamilton Island Accomodation Offer

Posted: 19-Nov-2012 14:39

Perfectly situated on the edge of the Great Barrier Reef, amongst Queensland’s 74 Whitsunday Islands, Hamilton Island offers an experience like no other: glorious weather, azure waters, brilliant beaches, awe-inspiring coral reefs, fascinating flora and fauna, fine food and wines, and activities almost too numerous to mention. Hamilton Island also welcomes
more's third America's Cup Newsletter for the 34th America's Cup

Posted: 2-Nov-2012 21:12

There have been developments and incidents aplenty over the past six weeks as the 34th America's Cup takes shape. To date four teams have splashed boats, with Luna Rossa being the latest on Friday evening in Auckland. She is expected to sail mid-week.Artemis Racing is not expected to be too far


The First Government Supported Boat Show settles in Guangzhou ·Pazhou Complex

Posted: 2-Nov-2012 21:04

China has a mainland coastline and an island coastline of 18 thousand kilometers and 14 thousand kilometers respectively. The sea areas under the jurisdiction of the PRC reach three million km2. The vast and diversified water area definitely provides favorable natural condition for the development of yacht industry in China. The developed


Conservation and sustainability resource

Posted: 26-Oct-2012 08:30

Surfing and Science Never the twain shall meet...  Thought surfing and science would never mix? Well they have! At Whangamata Bar, regarded as one of New Zealand’s premier surfing waves, the sand bar that sculpts these classic waves is at the centre of an ongoing debate. Read more... on how science is contributing to protecting our waves and

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