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The largest living structure on the planet, growing 2300 kilometres in length, the Great Barrier Reef is so vast it can be seen from space.

More than 70 percent of the reef’s coral species and about 60 percent of the 1500 varieties of fish can be found in this most amazing, glorious impossible to describe its beauty, evolving anatomy. For a diver or snorkeller, the reef is a dream. Fighting for its life, the reef is up against the odds when it comes to competing for its relevance in a consumerist world. Reef can’t speak for itself but plenty of peeps are speaking on its behalf, including this website. 

Mining is taking precedence over good sense with our politicians handing over not only our prime farming land to be purged for coal, but treating our reef like a second-class citizen. Not taking into account the level of prosperity the Reef’s tourism brings to that 2300 stretch of coastline, the longevity of the reef, and its contribution to our economy should be first and foremost in our leaders’ minds when it comes to making decisions about continuing coal mining and opening more mines.

Elon Musk, can you take a look at spending some of your cash along our coastline to build solar energy farms? Pretty please?!

I’ll get off the soap box and get onto the snorkelling spots. Coming soon.

I’ll get off the soap box and get onto the snorkelling spots. Coming soon.

I’ll get off the soap box and get onto the snorkelling spots. Coming soon.

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