Book Review: Underwater Sydney

Underwater Sydney is a celebration of the underwater environment of Sydney’s spectacular harbour and beaches.

Backed by strong science, and stunning photographs, the book takes the reader on a journey to a place that not everyone has the opportunity to visit. Many of us are familiar with Sea Stars, Bull Kelp, Neptune’s Necklace, and if we’re lucky Maori Wrasse and Wobbegongs. But this is just the smallest example of the huge diversity of life under the water.

Not only does the book celebrate the beauty of the undersea environment, it also discusses the challenges facing Sydney Harbour and the beaches, both now and into the future.

Underwater Sydney

Authors: Inke Falkner and John Turnbull
Publisher: CSIRO Publishing

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