Want to vote at the Great Barrier Reef?

Article by Roberto Fuzzy

Now you can! World's most remote voting booth is located deep in the heart of the Coral Sea. The voting booth has been set up by Tourism Australia to promote voting for the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru. The project was launched for the New 7 Wonders of Nature campaign. The campaign is meant to recognize the 7 most wondrous natural sites in the world. The sites are decided by the general public and this deep sea voting booth is one of the places where people can do it.




The booth has been placed on Great Barrier Reef’s tiny sandbank island of Upolu Cay that is located 30 kilometers northeast of Cairns.

The Great Barrier Reef and Uluru are two of the 28 finalists of the New 7 Wonders of Nature campaign. Some other places inside the 28 finalists are Grand Canyon (US), Milford Sound (New Zealand).

If you can't say Top That! to this idea, then what can you say it to? Read more how Lines form at the Great Barrier Reef’s first ever polling booth

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