MUSEUM OF UNDERWATER ART

Located at the bottom of the Greater Barrier Reef in Townsville, North Queensland, Australia, The Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA) is a globally-significant asset to the surrounding regions and more broadly to Queensland and Australia. As the first of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, MOUA will act to highlight reef conservation, restoration, and education on a global scale. A collection of sunken installations with a focus to inspire reef conservation, restoration, and education. The sculptures have been conceptualized by world-famous underwater sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor. The first two of the four installations are already in place on The Strand and at John Brewer Reef – approximately 80 kilometers off the coast with a further two locations planned at Magnetic and Palm Islands.

The vision of MOUA is to:
- Provide an underwater experience which inspires reef conversation
- Achieve positive environmental outcomes
- Engage the community in the cultural stories of land and sea

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