The Great Barrier Reef runs along the northeast coast of Australia from the Torres Strait to just below the Tropic of Capricorn. This spectacular marine habitat is one of the world's seven natural wonders and consists of hundreds of coral islands. Most of the reef is underwater and is only exposed at low tide. From the air it resembles a kaleidoscope of dazzling emeralds.
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The Great Barrier Reef doesn't really need much of an introduction. It is the single largest composition of living organisms in the world, and without a shadow of a doubt, nature's most revelled masterpiece.
A vacation at the Great Barrier Reef will definitely be right up there with the best memories you'll have in the span of your life. Endless sea, a sprawling archipelago, and the unreal coral reef under the water just make for a mesmerising scene altogether. There is so much to do at the reef! You can cruise through the islands and the reef, dive underwater for an up close and personal tour of the amazing beauty of the coral, go on bushwalks on islands such as the Hayman, relax on beaches for hours on end, or even skydive over the Heart Reef, perhaps the most scenic dive spot in the world. You can stay in resorts on the islands, waking up to the unbelievable beauty around you, have a selection of amazing local food, and then get back to your day of exploring this absolute marvel of nature. Without a doubt, a trip to the Great Barrier Reef will give you memories to cherish for life.
Xuzhou poet Wei Xinjian wrote "The Seven Laws Tour the Great Barrier Reef"
pier swaying leisurely, little white sail clouds.
Looking at the green island of Silver Beach, the thousand-story snow wave arches the blue sky.
coral sea shallow fish bream string, Jasper Lake deep color spots.
To explore the Dragon Palace to find the Australian treasure, the flying gull sent passengers around the ship's side.
I can't stand it at the moment.
The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef area, extending beyond the northeastern coast of Australia.
"Great Barrier Reef Dive: Norman reef - Troppo's"
"Why do you say that sharks are always stuck in the sand?"
"So called sharks"
last The dive site, the unconstrained finale of a large aquarium, plops down to catch sharks. The patrol lined up the fish, and then began to naughty.
wide angle for 50 shots, there is no point, the underwater world seems to be more beautiful
BTW late night Great Barrier Reef is closed, whitening on the shore
"Greater Reef Dive Site: Norman Reef - Turtle Bay"
comparable to the stars in the day, probably at dusk.
15:30 in the Pacific Ocean, the waves of the sea level are soft and swaying, and I can't wait to come and the sea to have a big hug.
Sunshine hits the face, letting the skin dry and dark, the sun will make people happy and addicted.
The corals of this dive point seem to have the softest color of the Great Barrier Reef, the large pink color is the girl color, and the blue sea is also dyed by the sunset.