Latest maps

Since the initial planning of Australian Marine Parks culminationg in the 2012 declaration of their outer boundaries, new and finer scale data has emerged that improves understanding of the features of the parks and the pressures acting upon them. The maps below plot these latest datasets.

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Explore the seafloor features of the Leveque Shelf in the Kimberley Marine Park
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Examine how exposure to tropical cyclone activity varies across Australian Marine Parks.
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See where the reefs of the Cod Grounds Marine Park, home to the endangered Grey Reef shark, are located
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Fine scale bathymetry information is available for the Cod Grounds Marine Park
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Learn more about what lives on the seafloor in the Oceanic Shoals Marine Park: hard and soft corals, sponges, burrowers, algae and seagrass
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Explore the seafloor features of the Tasman Fracture Marine Park
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Is the seafloor in the Tasman Fracture Marine Park hard or soft, and what does this say about the plants and animals that live there?
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Explore the seafloor features of the Huon Marine Park
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Is the seafloor in the Huon Marine Park hard or soft, and what does this say about the plants and animals that live there?
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See where Reef Life Survey have gathered important data about Australian reefs.

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