The Great Barrier Reef brought to life with acrobatics
The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef system covering approximately 344,400 square kilometers. It is a world heritage site and has been labelled as one of the seven wonders of the world.
Greenpeace Australia are bringing the colours and movement of the Great Barrier Reef to Melbourne for one night only at the Eastern Shard of Federation Square. Aerial performers will fly high above the ground, defying gravity, and moving against a backdrop of projected animations.
A variety of corals in the Great Barrier Reef
These acrobats will use this beautiful art to express their resistance to the industrialisation of the Reef. Revealing both the majesty and the dark underbelly of life on The Great Barrier Reef.
This is a great reason to get your friends together and venture into Melbourne's inner city. Join the crowd at this free event and watch Federation Square get transformed into a glittering canvas of light and live performance with a message.
Find out if you, and the performers, can bring the Reef back to life.