Wrecks and Reefs

Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthe Rivett
Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthe Rivett
Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthe L. Rivett

Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthe L. Rivett

Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthie Rivett

Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthie Rivett

Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthe Rivett

Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthe Rivett

Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthe Rivett

Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthe Rivett

Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthe Rivett

Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthe Rivett

Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthe Rivett

Wrecks and reefs, a new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum Photo: Xanthe Rivett

In 2009 the Australian National Maritime Museum in collaboration with the Silentworld Foundation organised the first in a series of four scientific expeditions to remote coral reefs off the Queensland coast.