Artificial reef makes its debut at Sydney Opera House
What began as a low-tech construction made from milk crates has morphed into something decidedly more elegant with the unveiling of a purpose-built artificial reef for Sydney Harbour.
Launched to coincide with the United Nations’ World Environment Day, the project complements a number of significant sustainability achievements announced by the Sydney Opera House.
University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Professor of Marine Ecology David Booth has led the project in which a series of modular artificial reefs - eight pods, each containing three hexagonal-shaped units - have been installed alongside the Opera House sea wall at Bennelong Point.
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