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Question Grid

Use the following question grid and pose questions about how an individual, family, or group of visitors to a coastal or marine environment might best interact with it as a place that is of great attraction and appeal to many.

Consider the question starters below:

Snorkelling and reef walking are popular family activities

What is?

Where/ when is?

Which is? Who is? Why is? How is?
What did? Where/when did? Which did? Who did? Why did? How did?
What can? Where/when can? Which can? Who can? Why can? How can?
What would? Where/when could? Which could? Who would? Why would? How would?
What will? Where/when will? Which will? Who will? Why will? How will?
What might? Where/when might? Which might? Who might? Why might? How might?

There are Responsible Reef Practices for almost all of the activities on the Reef. These are common sense guidelines to help operators, tourists, visitors and locals in their day-to-day activities.


Take the time to learn how you can do the best you can when visiting the Great Barrier Reef, and use this common sense guideline to design a set for your local area or a particular area of your choice for whatever activity you are undertaking.

Snorkelling from a pontoon on the GBR
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