Raine Island

The Raine Island Recovery Project is a five year, $7.95 million collaboration between BHP, the Queensland Government, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Wuthathi and Kemer Kemer Meriam Nation (Ugar, Mer, Erub) Traditional Owners and the Great Barrier Reef Foundation.

Natural Habitat

Raine Island is an untouched wilderness on the northern Great Barrier Reef which is identified as the largest rookery in the world for the green turtle with upwards of 15,000 females having been recorded attempting to nest at the one time along the approximately 1.8km of beach. 

Partnership

The Raine Island Recovery Project is a five year, $7.95 million collaboration between BHP, the Queensland Government, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Wuthathi and Kemer Kemer Meriam Nation (Ugar, Mer, Erub) Traditional Owners and the Great Barrier Reef Foundation.

Donations

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Wuthathi Aboriginal Corporation
Suite 5, 2nd Floor.
26 Florence Street, Cairns 4870
PO Box 282, Westcourt. Qld. 4870.
Tele: 0740492848
Fax: 0740492899
email. secretary@wuthathi.com

We acknowledge Australian Aboriginal People and Torres Strait Islander People as the first inhabitants of the nation, and acknowledge Traditional Owners of the lands where we live and work.

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