Reef Life Survey Australia

RLS divers in Australia not only undertake monitoring of their local dive sites, but regularly gather in teams to survey targeted priority sites for long-term monitoring, or participate in survey expeditions to remote locations. The latest news from activities from the Australian RLS network is posted here. For upcoming survey trips, visit the RLS Australia Trip Calendar.

Recent Articles

Celebrating 10 Years of RLS, Port Stephens 2018

The relaxed and noted divers of the Australian east coast, north and south, gathered in Port Stephens for the decade’s annual count. 14 divers with the assistance of support crew completed 38 surveys/transects inshore and offshore in mixed conditions that were ameliorated by the relatively warm waters of 20 – 21 degrees.

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Jervis Bay, NSW 2018

Despite less than ideal weather conditions, 11 RLS divers recently descended on Jervis Bay, recording 153 species on 36 transects across 11 sites.

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Rocky Cape, Tas 2018

Rock Cape, Tasmania, Mar 23-26th 2018 Tasmanian team bonding probably best sums up the rocky cape survey weekend, which dished up some testing weather conditions. The team included Fred Rueff, Jeremy Ward, Grant Pearce, Marianne Purton, and two new RLS divers Megan...

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For all RLS Australia posts prior to January 2018.

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