Supporting the Great Barrier Reef Foundation

The Blueer is proud to support the @GreatBarrierReefFoundation to save the Great Barrier Reef for future generations.

They are solving the most complex and challenging problems facing the survival of the Great Barrier Reef and our support is enabling the Foundation to fund on ground projects, scientific research and innovative technologies from the best minds in Australia and beyond to protect and restore the Reef.

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living structure on Earth !

Spanning 2300km, it is visible from space and is one of the seven natural wonders of the world. This irreplaceable global icon is home to thousands of species of marine life, including fish, whales, dolphins, and six of the world’s seven species of marine turtle.

But the Reef is coming under increasing pressure from a growing combination of manmade and natural threats. A changing climate and rising water temperatures, poorer water quality from sediment run-off and pollution, as well as more severe cyclones and crown-of-thorns starfish outbreaks, are just some of the threats creating a perfect storm for the Reef and the marine life that depends on it.

Saving the Reef is a huge task, but it’s one that can be achieved with the support of organisations like The Blueer. Our donation is enabling the Great Barrier Reef Foundation to fund projects like:

  • Coral IVF to rebuild coral reefs
  • Restoring Reef Islands to protect precious marine life
  • 3D mapping of the Reef and coral DNA sequencing to help increase knowledge of the Reef and how to protect it.

Did you know that the everyday actions you take can help save the Great Barrier Reef?

You can help too:

  • Learn how your everyday actions can help save the Reef
  • Follow the Great Barrier Reef Foundation on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn to find out more about their work
  • Subscribe to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation’s newsletter to stay up to date with their projects
  • Help fundraise to support the Great Barrier Reef Foundation continue its essential work.

Saving the Great Barrier Reef is a huge task, but with your help there is hope for this natural wonder and the animals that call it home.