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  • Bailey Schmitz

    Great Barrier Reef. bucket list to scuba dive here!

  • Bcn

    The Great Barrier Reef, Australia | #Places #Travel #Photography #BarrierReef #Australia |

  • Ezytravel

    The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is one of the natural wonders of the world. It is the largest living organism in the world and can be seen from space. The reef is a fantastic destination for scuba diving and glass bottom boats.

  • Cindy Fowler

    Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef in the world, also, it is the largest organic construction on Earth. It stretches for 1,250 mi (2,000 km) in the Coral Sea, off the coast of Queensland, Australia. The Great Barrier Reef is actually a series of individual reefs separated from the mainland by a shallow lagoon. The reef is extremely beautiful and attracts thousand of tourists a year, which threatens to harm the delicate eco-system of the reef and its unusual marine life.

  • Hilaree Wade

    I will scuba dive here! #GreatBarrierReef

  • Kristin Kilburn

    My first experience scuba diving was at the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia, 2002. Amazingly beautiful! We visited both from Hamilton Island in the Whitsunday Island chain, as well as from Cairns. Preferred my experience from Hamilton Island. #travel

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