Cid Harbour, Australia (Great Barrier Reef)
Stretching for 1,250 miles along the coast of North Queensland, Australia's Great Barrier Reef is the most massive structure on earth created by living organisms. Formed over 10,000 years by tiny, limestone-secreting coral polyps, the Great Barrier Reef is actually a vast coral complex composed of more than 2,000 individual reefs and 71 coral islands.
Great Barrier Reef
Home to some 400 species of coral, the reef supports a rich web of marine life that includes over 1,300 species of fish.
Goorganga Plains National Park
Take in panoramic views of these unique Australian wetlands as you travel through the pastures, saltpans and melaleuca forests of Goorganga Plains.
This beach is one of the most unique on Earth. Situated on the eastern side of the uninhabited Whitsunday Island, this five-mile long stretch of white-silica sand is a spectacular and pristine environment.
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