Coastal developments around Australia are booming thanks to population growth and a pandemic-related appetite to be closer to the water.
The Busselton Jetty in Australia is over one mile long, and is the longest timber-piled jetty in the southern hemisphere.Credit…Dion Robeson for The New York Times
By Will Higginbotham
On the coast of Western Australia, the city of Busselton awaits the arrival of a 3,000-ton whale made of concrete and steel, breaching from the depths of the Indian Ocean.
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