Useful Links

Reporting Hotlines

To help protect our fisheries resources, the following reporting services are available:

Report suspected illegal fishing activities

  • (e.g. taking more than the legal limit of fish or taking female crabs) by phoning our 24-hour Fishwatch hotline on 1800 017 116

Report sightings of marine animals trapped in shark net gear or drifting buoys

  • Call 1800 806 891.

Report catches of tagged fish to the Suntag Program

  • Call 1800 077 001. Suntag uses tags to gather and analyse data on fish movement, growth rates and habitats.

Report large numbers of dead fish

  • Call the Department of Environment and Science on 1300 130 372.

Reporting pollution

  • To report pollution incidents, pollution from a commercial source or fish kills email or phone the Pollution Hotline - 1300 130 372

  • More on reporting pollution.

Report littering or illegal dumping

Marine Parks

The designated area extends 1.5 km around Wolf Rock.

Grey Nurse Sharks

More information about the Great Sandy Marine Park.

Environment and Natural Resource Management (NRM) Groups in the Cooloola Coast, Fraser Coast and Gympie Regions

Other conservation and natural resource management organizations in the region:

Natural Resource Management Careers

Interested in working in Natural Resource Management, visit NRM Jobs