Travel Video(s) of the Week: Great Barrier Reef

Did you see Queensland tourism’s board celebrated World Oceans Day by hosting a 12-hour live YouTube event? They had a team of marine biologists exploring the Great Barrier Reef in real time. In case you missed it, here’s the link to their video highlights. You will hear from the world’s leading marine experts on why it is so important to protect our oceans and some of the fun topics covered were:

  • Sex on the Great Barrier Reef – Insight into the reproductive happenings that abound on the world’s largest living organism.
  • Finding Nemo – Locate Nemo and showcases the types of Clownfish and anemone on the Reef and there special symbiotic relationship.
  • Corals by night – What the corals get up to after dark with a showcase of colorful and amazing coral fluorescence and the nightly Coral Wars.

P.S. If you are a blogger and are interested in snorkeling/scuba diving the Great Barrier Reef, we are hosting a travel contest to send one lucky winner down there for a five-day trip. All you have to do is write a 500-word blog post in English about what YOU would do in your 5 days in Queensland. Here are the details.

Johnny Jet

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