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Ninety Mile Beach Marine National Park
Address : 30 kilometres south of Sale, adjacent to the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park.
Location : Victoria
Tel : Parks Victoria Information Centre Tel: 13 1963
The calcarenite reefs here are dominated by invertebrates including sponges, ascidians, bryozoans, hydroids and soft coral. The unusual soft coral (Pseudogorgia godeffroyi) is only found in Victoria between McGuarans and Delray beaches. The Ninety-Mile Beach area has been found to have the highest species diversity anywhere on the planet. In ten square metres 860 species were discovered living in the sand and in one square metre a staggering 187 species.


Address : 3 Price Street, Subiaco WA 6008
Location : Australia
Tel : (08) 9381 6666 Fax : F (08) 9388 2360
Lords provides Perth's largest range of community sport, health and fitness facilities in a relaxed and friendly environment. Whether you like to work out in the gym, participate in group fitness, play indoor sport or swim laps in the pool, Lords has something for everyone.  


Flinders Ranges, South Australia
Address : Flinders Ranges Visitor Information Centre, 3 Seventh Street, Quorn, South Australia, 5433.
Location : South Australia
Tel : (08) 8648 6419 Fax : (08) 8648 6419
Take a scenic flight and see the monumental splendour of the rock basin of Wilpena Pound roll out beneath you, then explore the legendary waterholes of the Flinders Ranges. See Aboriginal art at Arkaroo Rock and explore the area’s pastoral history at Wilpena Pound Station. Afterwards, head to a friendly pub and taste-test some of the area’s famous bush tucker while swapping stories with the locals.


Great Barrier Reef
Address : Administration: Suite 101 27-29 Wharf St Cairns, QLD, 4870
Location : Australia
Tel : 1800 285 50 International Callers: +61 4040 2121
The Great Barrier Reef is the only living organic collective visible from Earth's orbit. The Great Barrier Reef, off the east coast of Australia, is one of the wonders of the natural world - it is the world's largest coral reef ecosystem. It was declared a World Heritage area in 1981 and added to the National Heritage List in 2007.


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