Moreton Bay Marine Park Presentations
DAILY PRESENTATIONS FROM 10AM, 11AM, 12PM, 1PM & 2PM
The Moreton Bay Marine Park takes in most of the bay’s tidal waters, including many river estuaries and extends seawards to the limit of Queensland waters. The wide expanse of Moreton Bay, offshore reefs, its numerous islands, internationally significant wetlands, seagrass meadows and sandy beaches which make this park a haven for wildlife and people, boating and fishing, guided tours and talks, viewing wildlife and so much more.
Moreton Bay Marine Park protects a range of marine and coastal environments including rocky shores, internationally significant wetlands, coral reefs, mangroves, seagrass meadows and sandy beaches. These habitats provide important seasonal resources for migratory wading birds, humpback whales and marine turtles. Permanent resident species include dolphins, dugongs, shorebirds, grey nurse sharks and various fish species.
Staff from the Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service Moreton Bay and Maritime Safety Queensland will be doing daily presentations in the Holiday & Tourism Pavilion about the Moreton Bay Marine Park covering Go Slow Areas and Green Zone regulations, life jacket rules and maintenance, marine incident reporting, rules of the waterways, trip planning, logging on before you go and radio communication.
10am: Summer Boating Safety by Maritime Safety Queensland
11am: Go Slow Areas & Green Zone Regulations by Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service
12pm: Summer Boating Safety by Maritime Safety Queensland
1pm: Go Slow Areas & Green Zone Regulations by Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service
2pm: Summer Boating Safety by Maritime Safety Queensland