Sailing Whitsundays Hero Image For History and Evolution of the Great Barrier Reef
History and Evolution of the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living organism on the planet, stretching over 2,600 kilometres in length and covering 344,400km2 of the ocean. It consists of 2,900 individual reefs, 900 isla...

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Current Quality of the Whitsunday Reefs

The Whitsundays have always been known for its pristine beaches, beautiful reefs, great weather and amazing marine life. It is a top tourist destination, that marvels all its visitors as they check...

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Facts about the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is one of the natural wonders of the world. It is without a doubt one of the most beautiful places in the world and can in fact, been seen from outer space.

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How The Great Barrier Reef was Formed

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living ecosystem in the world. It has been around for many millennia and is continually growing and changing. It is a network that spans across 2,600km and is ...

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The State of the Great Barrier Reef after Cyclone Debbie

Cyclone Debbie was a Category 4 cyclone that stormed through the Whitsundays on 28 March 2017. Before hitting the Whitsunday Islands and Airlie Beach, the tropical cyclone made its way over the Gre...

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The Effects of Cyclone Debbie on the Great Barrier Reef

When 'Cyclone Debbie' hit Airlie Beach on March 28th 2017, she brought with her strong winds which stormed through the town and surrounding areas. While Airlie Beach is bouncing back, continuing on...

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What is a Cay? Why are they special?

A Cay, pronounced as "key" is defined as a low bank or reef of coral, rock, or sand. It is a sand island located on the surface of a coral reef -  they usually occur in tropical areas, including th...

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What is the difference between diving and snorkelling in Cairns and Airlie Beach?

Diving and snorkelling in Cairns and Airlie Beach may be a different experience, depending on what kind of tour you end up doing! The real question is what is the difference between diving and snor...

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What is the Difference Between the Outer Great Barrier Reef and the Inner Fringing Reef?

The Outer Great Barrier Reef and Inner Fringing Reefs are both part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park off the east coast of Northern Queensland which stretches over 2,300km. While the two types...

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Conservation Efforts on the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world’s best managed World Heritage sites. With over $200 million invested by the government annually as well as many other stakeholders raising money and takin...

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