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There will be no live coverage, and all images will be taken and posted online for people to watch on demand.
There is a strong focus on marine conservation, with a theme of reef conservation in all of the exhibits.
It will include reef habitats, habitats and species, habitats as well as coral reefs.
The Reef Watch will be broadcast live and will feature a live marine life segment that will include a marine biologist, an aquarium owner and a marine conservationist.
It also will feature two shark expert guests who will be on hand to explain the reef.
In a video, a shark expert will explain how the sharks of the world live and how they have evolved to survive in such conditions.
He will explain the difference between a predatory shark and a reef shark.
In addition to the live coverage of marine conservation events, there will be a film festival, an exhibition on shark biology, a museum, an education program and a live performance by a group of Australian singers and musicians.
The Great Ocean Barrier Reef is home to about 1.4 million square kilometers of ocean, including the Great South Sea, the Great Australian Bight and the Great Ocean Road.
The reef is home not only to a rich diversity of marine life, but also is home on average to about 600 species of birds, over 500 fish species, and more than 500 plants.
It has the potential to provide the best conservation of marine ecosystems in the world, according to a 2015 study commissioned by the Great Australia Foundation and released by the Australian Government in 2018.