Reef Ecologic prides itself in delivering innovative and sustainable solutions for coral reef management throughout the world.


Reef Ecologic works with businesses, governments and the NGO community to design and implement innovative solutions to environmental challenges.


Reef Ecologic works collaboratively to co-design solutions and help people, agencies and organisations achieve goals and exceed expectations.


The Reef Ecologic team has over 40 years experience creating a better planet through our people and their passion.


Applied research that delivers answers to real-world problems; ecological and social monitoring; R&D – helping to bring ideas to market.


Strategic planning, mapping ideas to actions, implementation plans, blueprints, participatory processes, discovery.


Expert training to increase skills and empower reef stakeholders in science, stewardship, sustainability, management and leadership.

Current Projects

Reef Recovery at  Magnetic Island

Reef Recovery at Magnetic Island

A growing recognition that many reefs are showing signs of limited or slow recovery after recent disturbances, and the accumulating spatial extent of degradation of reefs, has led to increased interest in the potential for restoration to play a role in future management of the Great Barrier Reef (GBRMPA 2017).

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International Management & Leadership Course

International Management & Leadership Course

For the last three years Reef Ecologic have been commissioned by the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to coordinate the International Coral Reef Management and Leadership Course. The Course has been designed by world experts on Coral reef management and leadership to equip the participants with knowledge, skills, experiences, case studies and inspirational stories about coral reefs and people.

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Recovery, Restoration and Resilience

Recovery, Restoration and Resilience

In December 2017, Reef Ecologic were instrumental in supporting the Reef Restoration Foundation in the establishment of the first coral nurseries on the Great Barrier Reef at Fitzroy Island, Cairns In collaboration with a team of volunteers, local businesses, organisations and researchers established the first coral nursery on the Great Barrier Reef.

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We partner with

Museum of Underwater Art
Reef Recovery
Reef Check
Reef HQ
Reef Restoration Foundation
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
University of Queensland
James Cook University
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
Great Barrier Reef Foundation
Great Barrier Reef Citizen Science Alliance
GBR Legacy
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Phoenix Islands Protected Area
International Union for Conservation
Sealink Queensland

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