Australia’s Coral Coast Celebrates World Oceans Day; eGlobalTravelMedia

Australia – Ningaloo Coast

World Oceans Day on 8 June 2017 is a global day of ocean celebration with tourism operators in Australia’s Coral Coast reflecting on their connection with the Indian Ocean as a provider of enjoyment, sustenance and, importantly, income.

This year’s theme “Our Oceans, Our Future” embodies the Coral Coast region – known for its natural events such as the annual Whale Shark season along the Ningaloo Reef and natural attractions like Morning Reef at Geraldton’s Abrolhos Islands, where the Batavia sunk in 1628.

The Coral Coast region is home to some of the world’s most remarkable ecosystems and marine wildlife. James Small, owner of Exmouth’s Ocean Eco Adventures says Without healthy oceans, there is no life on earth because physically and spiritually the ocean is the largest medium connecting each every continent on the planet.”

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