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The vibrant corals stretch along the Great Barrier Reef on Australia’s Eastern coast
The vibrant corals stretch along the Great Barrier Reef on Australia’s Eastern coast
Two clown fish live symbiotically among sea anemones
Two clown fish live symbiotically among sea anemones
411 different known types of coral are the backbone of all life on the Great Barrier Reef.
411 different known types of coral are the backbone of all life on the Great Barrier Reef.
Corals are the backbone of The Great Barrier Reef. Over 400 species exist on the reef, providing food, shelter, nurseries and more to the life that flourishes there. Photographer: Jemma Craig
Corals are the backbone of The Great Barrier Reef. Over 400 species exist on the reef, providing food, shelter, nurseries and more to the life that flourishes there. Photographer: Jemma Craig
Giant manta rays swim overhead. Reaching nearly 25 feet in wingspan, these majestic creatures filter feed about 60 pounds of plankton a day. Photographer: Jemma Craig
Giant manta rays swim overhead. Reaching nearly 25 feet in wingspan, these majestic creatures filter feed about 60 pounds of plankton a day. Photographer: Jemma Craig
Founder of the Cairns Turtle Rehabilitation center, Jennie Gilbert prepares a distressed turtle for a CT scan. Photographer: Christian Miller
Founder of the Cairns Turtle Rehabilitation center, Jennie Gilbert prepares a distressed turtle for a CT scan. Photographer: Christian Miller
The giant Maori Wrasse, Wally, is a popular character among divers on the Great Barrier Reef. Posing for photos in exchange for handfuls of sardines, he is the ultimate photobomber.
The giant Maori Wrasse, Wally, is a popular character among divers on the Great Barrier Reef. Posing for photos in exchange for handfuls of sardines, he is the ultimate photobomber.
The Maori Wrasse is both a striking and unusual looking fish that both attracts divers and protects the environment by eating predators that attack the reef.
The Maori Wrasse is both a striking and unusual looking fish that both attracts divers and protects the environment by eating predators that attack the reef.
A Green Sea Turtle swims along the Great Barrier Reef – one of 6 species of turtle found on the reef.
A Green Sea Turtle swims along the Great Barrier Reef – one of 6 species of turtle found on the reef.
Corals are the backbone of life along the Great Barrier Reef on the Eastern coast of Australia.
Corals are the backbone of life along the Great Barrier Reef on the Eastern coast of Australia.

Grab your mask and snorkel and come on an unforgettable adventure! Great Barrier Reef captures the natural beauty of the world’s largest living wonder and introduces us to the visionaries and citizen scientists who are helping us better understand this awesome, vibrant living world.

  • Witness the birth of baby seahorses.
  • Swim with sea turtles and manta rays.
  • Discover the unbelievable splendor of fluorescent corals at night.

What comes to mind when you think of the largest structure built by living creatures? China’s sprawling Great Wall? Or maybe the skyscrapers of New York and Dubai? The truth is, no human feat of construction can compare to the sheer size and majesty of the Great Barrier Reef, which spans more than 1,400 miles off the coast of Australia and is home to countless unique species of aquatic life.

Narrated by acclaimed Australian actor Eric Bana, Great Barrier Reef  brings audiences face-to-face with this natural cityscape. 

Every year, millions of visitors travel by way of fins, flippers and feet to see the Great Barrier Reef, one of the seven wonders of the natural world and a living treasure trove of biodiversity. Knowledge is the key to understanding more about this living Eden. Today, a new generation of reef guardians is committed to protecting this marine reserve, making a difference and sharing their knowledge of this extraordinary ecosystem, the beating heart of the reef.

Screening daily in the Heikoff Giant Dome Theater beginning on July 6, 2018, Great Barrier Reef showcases how this amazing sanctuary has endured for thousands of years and will continue to do so far into the future. 

 

The Fleet is pleased to offer the Rear Window closed-captioning system. When you purchase your ticket, tell the guest services associate that you would like to use the closed-caption service. The service is complimentary, and it is accessible in the upper-right seating area of the theater.

Assistive listening devices increase the intelligibility of theater presentations by enhancing the narration and dialogue and lowering music and sound effects. Ask for a complimentary headset at the Ticket Counter.