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Salisbury Island

Salisbury Island

Salisbury Island is a remote, rugged island off the southern coast of Western Australia. This landmass of limestone and granite was believed to be the first island created from mainland Australia 13,000 years ago. Salisbury Island was discovered in 2009 to be a gathering area for great white sharks. Untouched by humans, the waters surrounding the island are pristine, and Finding Salisbury, Inc. is determined to keep it as so by promoting the expansion of the existing marine protected area and developing a camera-operated virtual tourism program.
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