Queensland Marine Turtle Network

The Queensland Marine Turtle Network (QMTN) was formed with a focus on fostering collaboration and knowledge sharing.
Its primary objective is to bridge knowledge gaps, unify efforts, and create a cohesive platform for initiatives across Reef regions in Queensland. By working together, we can enhance turtle conservation efforts and avoid duplication, contributing to a brighter future for these species.

2023 Queensland Marine Turtle Network Forum

The inaugural QMTN Forum was held on 27 May 2023 in Bundaberg (Taribelang Bunda Country). Forty-six participants (including eleven online) attended the event from around Queensland from the Cape (Lama Lama Country) to the Gold Coast. The Forum aimed to increase collaboration, cohesion, and resilience amongst network members to increase knowledge sharing and reduce duplicated efforts between marine turtle groups.

2023 Queensland Marine Turtle Network Forum -
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2023 Queensland Marine Turtle Network Forum -
Event Wrap-up

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Membership of the Network is free and open to all. If you would like to get involved in the Queensland Marine Turtle Network or connect with marine turtle groups in your local area, please contact us for more information.

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