Above and Beyond is a celebration of sustainability initiatives underway or completed in the Mackay-Whitsunday-Isaac region. Learn about the actions and projects being delivered by partners and other organisations to improve our environment and importantly, our region’s waterway health.
In our latest edition many of partners have collaborated on projects to maintain and improve waterway health, showing that more can be achieved by working together for healthy rivers and Reef. View the report here.
Our latest edition of the ‘Above and Beyond’ report features a diverse range of stories, initiatives and insights into how organisations across the region prioritised waterway health during the 2020-21 financial year. View the report here.
In this second edition of the report, you will find 20 stories of organisations that have gone “Above and Beyond” for waterway health. View the interactive report here.
Healthy Rivers to Reef’s Annual Report covers all major regional activities that the Partnership is involved in. Our first report covered the Partnership’s first three years since inception (2014-2017), the second report includes activities from 2017 to December 2020. From the 2021 FY, we have moved to an annual release.
We have produced an Annual Report Summary to highlight our activities during this time period. Click here to see the report.
In its first three years, Healthy Rivers to Reef Partnership achieved a great deal. We have produced an Annual Report Summary to highlight our activities during this time period. Click here to see the report.
The Partnership’s Program Plan outlines our operational and strategic objectives, regional investment priorities, technical program and communications/engagement strategy.
Historical Water Quality Decline in the Whitsundays
An AIMS/CSIRO Report
These reports cover important news and climatic events in the Mackay-Whitsunday-Isaac Region.
The Mackay-Whitsunday Healthy Rivers to Reef Partnership launched the first collective post-cyclone regional update for the state of the Whitsundays.
From river restoration and coral flipping, to tourism, and a 1902 ship equipped with state of the art monitoring equipment – the document focuses on the environmental and social impact of the cyclone, and the action that has since taken place.