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Aliases
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

Lead Body
No
Employment Arrangements

Annual report prepared under section 46 of the PGPA Act.
Additional annual report requirement
Yes

Section 35 of the PGPA Act applies
Yes
Section 35(3) of the PGPA Act applies
No
Enabling legislation references to 'corporate plan'

Outcome #1: The long-term protection, ecologically sustainable use, understanding and enjoyment of the Great Barrier Reef for all Australians and the international community, through the care and development of the Marine Park.
# Program Body Contribution
1.1 Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

Objective Protects and manages the environment, biodiversity, and heritage values of the Great Barrier Reef Region, and ensures the ecologically sustainable use and benefits of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park for current and future generations

# Program Body Contribution
1 Marine Research Australian Institute of Marine Science

The Reef Authority and the Australian Institute of Marine Science work together on implementation of the Reef 2050 Plan to protect and conserve the Great Barrier Reef.

1.1 Seafarer and ship safety, maritime environment protection, and search and rescue Australian Maritime Safety Authority

The Reef Authority is the regulator responsible for the management of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) supports the ongoing management of the Great Barrier Reef through providing services to enable safer shipping within the Reef, such as: aids to navigation, Great Barrier Reef Vessel Traffic Services, emergency response arrangements to minimise maritime pollution incidents (including delivery of a dedicated emergency towage vessel) and regulation of shipping for safety and environmental performance. The Reef Authority supports AMSA emergency response functions through provision of resources and subject matter expertise.

1.1 Clean Energy Finance Corporation Clean Energy Finance Corporation

The Clean Energy Finance Corporation is making available up to $1 billion of investment finance over 10 years for the Reef Funding Program. The Program invests in clean energy projects delivered in the Great Barrier Reef catchment region. In targeting the financing of clean energy projects and businesses in the region, the Program supports delivery of the Australian and Queensland governments' Reef 2050 Plan. Continued on following page

1.1 Sustainable Management of Natural Resources and the Environment Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water

The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water and the Reef Authority work together on heritage management, environment health, species conservation and fisheries management as well as joint implementation of the Reef 2050 Plan to protect and conserve the Great Barrier Reef.

1.4 Conservation of Australia's Heritage and Environment Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water

The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water and the Reef Authority work together on heritage management, environment health, species conservation and fisheries management as well as joint implementation of the Reef 2050 Plan to protect and conserve the Great Barrier Reef.

1.5 Environmental Regulation Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water

The Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water and the Reef Authority work together on heritage management, environment health, species conservation and fisheries management as well as joint implementation of the Reef 2050 Plan to protect and conserve the Great Barrier Reef.