12 September – 5 November 2017 -
The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s most extensive coral reef system.
It extends for 2300 kilometres along the Queensland coast, is more than 300,000 square kilometres in area and it consists of 3500 individual reefs, 600 rocky islands and 300 coral and sand cays.
Great Barrier Reef features 20 stunning images of the reef and its inhabitants. Its images are by award-winning Queensland Museum photographer Gary Cranitch, taken over a four-year period in which he logged more than 500 reef dives.
The images featured in the exhibition are highlights from The Great Barrier Reef book published by Queensland Museum that comprise of more than 1000 full colour images and illustrations curated by Queensland Museum scientists.
Photography by Gary Cranitch, Queensland Museum.
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