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Eco-crew  - provides environmental education and tour guiding services for visitors, teachers, school groups and tourism operators studying and visiting the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Islands.

Cairns Turtle Rehabilitation Centre - is dedicated to the rehabilitation of sick and injured turtles and are committed to supporting the work of all organisations, individuals and agencies in their efforts to conserve sea turtles and the habitats that they live in.

Conservation Volunteers - recruits volunteers from Australia, New Zealand and around the world to join important environmental and wildlife conservation projects. Founded in 1982, the organisation has grown to become the largest practical conservation organisation in Australasia with offices in more capital cities and many regional centres across Australia and New Zealand. They give people the chance to connect with the environment.

Fauna Rescue Whitsundays - cares for sick, injured and orphaned native animals, being dedicated to rescue, rehabilitation and release.

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) - is responsible for managing the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park to ensure that it is protected for the future.

Mackay & District Turtle Watch Association - is focused on monitoring and collecting data on nesting and hatching marine turtles in the Mackay District and has developed a database of information on the previously unknown turtle nesting activities in the region.

NQ Dry Tropics - is a not-for-profit natural resource management company that has been a leading delivery agent of land and water management change in the Burdekin Dry Tropics region since 2005. They work across an area of 134,000 square kilometres and are dedicated to working in a partnership with key stakeholder organisations in the Community, Government and Industry through robust ‘evidence based’ management practices.

O.U.C.H – conducts reef and marine environment monitoring, including  reef protection, mangrove watch, seagrass watch and coral reef monitoring, as well as conservation education programs for visitors and reef operators.

Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) - is responsible for delivering field management activities across the region’s marine and national parks. Key activities of the QPWS include fire and pest management and developing and maintaining the region’s popular visitor sites including campgrounds, day use area and public moorings.

Reef Catchments - is a Natural Resource Management (NRM) organisation which provides services aligned to the facilitation, coordination and delivery of projects and NRM services to generate and foster sustainable use of natural resources.

Sea Turtle Foundation - is working to protect and conserve sea turtles through research, education, awareness and action.

Tangaroa Blue Foundation - was founded in 2004 and coordinates the Australian Marine Debris Initiative, which is a network of volunteers, organisations, industry groups and government agencies who are focused on the removal of marine debris from our marine environments, as well as collecting data, tracking to the source and the implementation of practical solutions to keep our oceans healthier.

Whitsunday Regional Council - is a local government authority with the commitment to ensure a sustainable future for residents and tourists to the Region.

Marine debris removed from the
Whitsunday islands since July 2009
= 174,764 kilograms