Great Barrier Reef Informative Speech

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Good Morning/Afternoon ladies and gentlemen, I’m Sri and I work as a marketing manager at tourism Australia. So today I’ll be promoting the Great Barrier Reef as it is my responsibility to advance and develop the tourism industry (change)
So here’s some background information on the reef.
The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef system composed of around 3,000 individual reefs and 900 islands stretching for over 2,300 kilometres.

Around 10 percent of the world’s total fish species can be found just within the Reef.

It is extremely ancient, as much as twenty million years.

But nowadays, the Reef is an exceedingly popular tourist destination with over two million visitors each year. (Change)
Now the location.
The Great Barrier Reef, is just off the coast along the …show more content…

Generations after another, in the end they formed a wall of stone. (Change) After the walls were formed living organisms started to form like (Change) coral, algae, anemones and sponges. Then fishes, turtles, snakes, and other extraordinary creatures visit to stay.
The first evidence of Europeans sighting the Great Barrier Reef were French sailors on 6 June 1768. But they did not sail the whole barrier reef. The first person to actually sail along the whole of the barrier reef was James cook. (Change)
A couple of facilities.
For families, (Change) there’s variety of Tours and Activities fit for any budget. Whether they want to sail into the sunset, take a day trip out on the reef, visit the stunning islands or get right up close and personal with the spectacular corals and diverse marine life on a snorkelling, scuba diving or glass bottom boat trip.
• For adventurers, (Change) there are kilometres of walking track, campgrounds, boardwalks and lookout point and various Accommodations.
• And of course, there are also numerous restaurants, cafes and shops that are very convenient.
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