*Worker greets daughter 1984 Larry Anderson's statue “Coming Home” depicts a railway worker greeting his child. It’s located in front of Heritage Bank on the corner of South 56th Street and South Tacoma Way. The statue was erected in honor of Tacoma's Centennial (1884-1984)
Ningaloo Reef and Shark Bay Stretching for almost 300 kilometres Ningaloo Reef is a World Heritage listed coral reef system. The nearby Shark Bay, Australia's largest bay, features a 1,030 square kilometre Wooramel Seagrass Bank and is the largest of its type in the world. Ningaloo Reef is, at times, home to the Whale Shark, the largest fish species in the world.
Shark Bay seen from Spot satellite. The bay itself covers an area of 10,000 km², with an average depth of 10 metres. It is divided by shallow banks and has many peninsulas and islands. The coastline is over 1,500 km long. It is located in the transition zone between three major climatic regions and between two major botanical provinces.