Is there an island of Mako?
Mako Island is the location for filming the popular Australian series H2O: Just Add Water. The beautiful scenery of this place fascinated the audience of the film, and many wondered whether the island of Mako really existed.
The island was formed in those times when there were no people yet. According to legend, he appeared due to the collision of a comet with the Earth. One of the cosmic fragments formed a cave with an underground exit to the sea, the others scattered nearby. Together they created the "moon pool".
The wild beauty of the island is amazing. Through the virgin thickets of mango trees passes the river bed. On the rocky slopes, it turns into a waterfall. In the coastal waters, near the coral reef, a large number of unknown species of sharks inhabit the science. In addition, the island is the residence of unique sea turtles. Scientists are trying to explore the local nature.
In the depths of the island its secret is hidden from the outside world: in one of the grottoes, if you're lucky, you can find an unusual pool.Swim in it, you will get magical powers and become a mermaid. It is the mermaids who protect the wonderful island from uninvited guests.
Does Mako Island really exist? The magic story, of course, was invented by the filmmakers. But we must admit that the island exists. This is Cook Island. The series was filmed in the Australian town of Brisbane in Queensland. Despite the rich computer graphics of the series, visitors to the island were not disappointed and called it one of the most beautiful places in the world.