Low levels of marine debris recorded
Marine litter is a problem of global proportions. To find out the scale of the issue at Ningaloo, marine debris […]
Meet the first of our Phd Scholars!
Its official, Logan Hellmrich is our newest Ningaloo Outlook Team member! Logan joins the deep reefs research team as our […]
Pick of the litter: how much rubbish is there at Ningaloo Reef?
Is it super ‘clean’ or is litter a problem? How does it compare to other parts of Australia? Read all […]
It’s that time again… tagging turtles at Ningaloo!
Annual tagging field trip to Ningaloo Since 2015 the Ningaloo Outlook team led by Mat Vanderklift has been tagging green […]
2018 Whale Shark Naming Competition – cast your vote!
Whale shark names – cast your vote to be counted! The tagging of whale sharks forms part of the tagging […]
Fancy naming your own whale shark…. now is your chance!
Can you help? Each year, the Ningaloo Outlook tagging and tracking research team heads to Ningaloo Reef to tag a […]
Anchor from old coastal trading ship discovered during habitat mapping field trip
CSIRO’s AUV, StarBug, has taken video footage of an old anchor during its most recent mission at Ningaloo reef (in […]
Dr. Cindy Bessey (who also works on PMCP research) and Anna Cresswell (our Shallow reefs PhD Scholar) recently made a […]
Ningaloo Outlook turns one – Annual Report summary now available
The Ningaloo Outlook annual report summaries the first year of research completed by the research team and is now available […]