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1 Public art and reef recovery to improve Whitsundays tourism 1 August 2019 Permits granted On 10 July 2019, Marine Parks permit G19/41557.1 was granted to Reef Ecologic and Whitsunday Regional Council for operating a facility (six underwater artworks) and a research program. On 10 July 2019, Sea Dumping Permit 19/02 was granted to Reef Ecologic for six modules. Public Art Installation Four of the six major sculptures (Turtle Dream, Maori Wrasse, Manta Ray and Migration of the Mantas) have been installed in the Great Barrier Reef at popular tourism sites damaged by ex-Cyclone Debbie. A huge thank you to the expert team from David Edge Marine Contracting, Whitsunday Mooring and Marine Constructions, artists, QPWS and GBRMPA for working collaboratively with Reef Ecologic to successfully deploy the sculptures. The location of the sculptures, GPS locations and depths of water are in the table below. Bywa will be installed in Horseshoe Bay during August (weather permitting). Anthozoa is und...