SHOWCASING AUSTRALIA'S

GREAT SOUTHERN REEF 

Home to hundreds of unique species found no where else on the planet, these highly productive waters are defined by rocky reefs which support vast forest which span over 8000km of Australia's coastline. 

In a partnership with National Geographic,  Ocean Imaging's Stefan Andrews created a series of short videos and educational resources for high school students about these vital kelp forest ecosystems. 

 

As part of the broader Great Southern Reef project, Stefan is working with a team to build an identity for these forgotten reefs. As part of this project Stefan has been creating videos to share the stories and science behind what makes this area so special, investigating the strong cultural connection to this country by the traditional owners of these lands and the communities and scientists who are working together to understand and protect this interconnected network of reefs linked by ocean currents. 

View the Great Southern Reef website.