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Gladstone Healthy Harbour Partnership GHHP



Gladstone Healthy Harbour Partnership GHHP



GHHP believes that taking care of our great harbour, its health, habitats and recreational opportunities is something that everyone can get involved in - not just large businesses or our designated partners.

The GHHP Healthy Harbour Heroes initiative was established to offer ongoing opportunities for wider community involvement. It's free to join (via a simple form below) and open to anyone who is interest in or uses the harbour (not just Gladstone residents). As a Harbour Hero, you'll receive regular email updates on the work of the GHHP, be the first to know about upcoming events and receive a free 'Healthy Harbour Hero' members hat.

Gladstone Healthy Harbour Partnership GHHP
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Gladstone Healthy Harbour Partnership



Sign up to be a Healthy Harbour Hero today! Our Hero’s play a key role in keeping our harbour clean. You’ll receive all the latest news and be one of the first to know about our upcoming events. Plus, you’ll also receive a Healthy Harbour Hero hat!

Thanks for signing up! Look out for your pin in the mail soon.


The GHHP Citizen Science Funding Program is aimed at involving the community in the science of monitoring and reporting on Gladstone waterways.

The Citizen Science Funding Program's intention is to allow community based groups, the opportunity to partake in waterway science education, by participating in field-based experiences that would otherwise be inaccessible. The program is an initiative to involve and empower the Gladstone community in the sustainable use and management of waterways and the environmental assets in and around the harbour.

Projects are encouraged to use a number of creative platforms to record and log information and progress (e.g. blogs, videos, pictures and reports). The Citizen Science Program must be interactive, creative, educational, and fun for the Gladstone community, while maintaining a science investigation structure. GHHP encourage applications from local community groups, schools/school groups and not-for-profit organisations.

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