MTAQ Marine Teachers Association of Queensland

ABN: 70 652 509 393

P.O. Box 1258
Coolum Beach Qld 4573


Joline Lalime

Publicity Officer

Chad King


MTAQ would like to thank all those who have helped us promote Marine Education, in particular the following organisations and businesses.

Australian Maritime College

Education Queensland

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

Maritime Safety Queensland

Qld Seafood Industry Assoc

Wet Paper Publications

Yachting Queensland

What Does MTAQ Do?

MTAQ is a not for profit organisation which networks its members to coordinate activities and lobby governments, industry and interested individuals to support marine education in Queensland.

You can read more about what we do by clicking on the following links

What MTAQ does

About MTAQ

Major project partnerships

MTAQ major achievements

The goals of the Marine Teachers Association

Executive/representative roles

MTAQ Events


From the Wed 9-Nov-2016 to Wed 9-Nov-2016

Venue Southport SLSC Itinerary 5:00pm : Registration and refreshments (drinks available at bar prices). 5:30pm: Examine the new curriculum for 2018/2019 Provide feedback. (Lead by Stuart Russell) 6pm: Presentation from Exclusive tackle (great MAQ idea) 630pm: Dinner 3 course (Mmmmmmmmmmmm) 8pm: Wrap it up Dinner is limited Please RSVP before Friday the 4th of November.


From the Mon 25-Sep-2017 to Thur 28-Sep-2017

The opportunities being presented at the 2017 MTAQ Conference in Townsville (based at GBRMPA/ Reef HQ) and Orpheus Island have been designed to enhance the professional capacity of Marine Science and Aquatic Practices educators across Australia. Specifically, the aims are to demonstrate the latest scientific research,

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2017 Conference Draft Programme

Posted: 15-May-2017 13:29

Here is the draft Programme for the Conference this year in Townsville.

2016 Conference Program

Posted: 10-Aug-2016 10:48

The first draft of the Conference Progam is out! It looks great so we hope you've registered. 


Purpose of MTAQ Confernces - Professional Development

Posted: 29-Jun-2015 19:05

   The aim of MTAQ Conferences is to gather together as a group of educators who are committed to teaching the youth about the marine environment and the marine industries that our country depends on. Typically a conference consists of 3 or 4 days of lectures, workshops, excursion, discussions and hands-o experiments. The end result

MTAQ Merchandise

Posted: 28-Jun-2015 18:12

   There is no better way to promote your subject area than with merchandise.Marine classes heading to the pool, field trips or just class may need to carry equipment. Why not buy a class set of MTAQ wetbags.Sun protection is essential - purchase class sets to expand your subject area


2015 MTAQ Annual Conference - Herron Island

Posted: 28-Jun-2015 18:09

   30 spots filled....... register asap if you don't wish to miss a world class marine conference venue. How does Heron Island sound in July?  2015 Marine Teachers Association of Queensland annual conference registration is now available at: Registration numbers are limited to 35.

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