The Palm Beach Artificial Reef is a coastal protection measure located approximately 270 metres offshore from Palm Beach. The structure is approximately 160 metres long and 80 metres wide.
The artificial reef was constructed using rock quarried in South-East Queensland. After establishing a material load-out facility, Hall loaded the rocks – each weighing up to eight tonnes – onto barges at the Port of Brisbane where they were transported to the site.
A backhoe dredge then accurately placed the rock to build the artificial reef.