Great Barrier Reef – Facts And Figures

The Great Barrier Reef and surrounding marine parks are some of the most pristine environments in the world that provides an eco system of life that is not fully understood, and needs to be conserved for future generations to enjoy and for us to be able to learn more about the eco system.

What we do know, is that it is extremely important, to more than just the animals that live there.

It is used by mother nature as breeding grounds for a range of marine animals, and helps provide nutrients to locations all around the world for a variety of reasons.

Take a moment to read more below and find out how you can do your part to help conserve and protect this amazing feature that is currently under threat due to the human impact created via toxic waste and abuse.

Great Barrier Reef Facts and Figures - Coral Reef Surrounding Lady Musgrave Island Lagoon