As always, David Attenborough’s documentaries feature incredible footage of the most beautiful creatures in the world. This one is no different. I only hope that he has many more of these left in him.
In 1957, Sir David Attenborough first visited and scuba dived on one of our planet’s most extraordinary phenomena, the Great Barrier Reef. Considered as one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, the heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef can be seen from outer space and is the world's biggest single structure made by living organisms.
Sixty years on, and fulfilling a long held ambition to revisit the ecosystem he describes as ‘like no other in the natural world’, Sir David returns to unlock the secrets of the Reef - embarking on a personal journey that reveals the true extent of its diversity and complexity.
Combining cutting-edge scientific research alongside innovative filming techniques, David Attenborough’s Great Barrier Reef provides a new, compelling and visually spectacular perspective, as well as unprecedented access to some of the most remote parts of our unique, irreplaceable Reef and its magical residents and visitors.