Plans for the world’s first coral biobank in Far North Queensland are a step closer to reality, with architectural designs revealed today.
- Architectural designs for the world’s first coral biobank have been revealed
- About 800 coral species from around the world will be kept at the facility for conservation
- Tourism bodies say it will be a major drawcard for Port Douglas, in Far North Queensland
If built, the four-storey centre in Port Douglas, described as a ‘Noah’s ark’ for the reef,…