Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef

Where is the Great Barrier Reef?

The Great Barrier Reef is as remarkable in scale as it is in beauty and extends across 2,300 km across the Queensland coastline from Bundaberg to Cape York. This place has five key entry points, each one with a variety of amazing experiences and offers in the area. Wherever you enter the Grand Barrier Reef in Queensland, you can see why it is on Earth-like nowhere else.

Surrounding Areas

Many magnificent islands are rising from the ocean along the Great Barrier Reef. Some of these are coral cays, and others are large islands with high mountain lookouts and spectacular rainforests. The others are sedimentary islands, sandy and low. Many of the islands are national parks, offer incredible backdrops for day trips and vacations, and provide a sanctuary for thousands of animals.
Great Barrier Reef

The 74-island archipelago of the Whitsunday Islands is situated in the middle of the this. These protected islands represent the most popular set of islands in the reef, which can only be described as a paradise. Their clear water, sparkling white beaches, and varied nature provide visitors with an array of unforgettable walking and snorkeling experiences.

From Bundaberg to Gladstone and the rest of the way up the Capricorn Coast, the Southern Great Barrier Reef is home to some of the reef’s most impressive diving spots. See the tortoises breeding and hatching at Mon Repos, wading in the tropical islands’ seas, or living in some of the most important eco-tourism resorts in the world.


Great Barrier Reef

The Whitsundays and Mackay districts are the Great Barrier Reef sailing mecca. Charter a bareboat, admire the vast beauty of this section of the Great Barrier Reef from above in a helicopter or sit on one of the magnificent islands.

Go under the surface into a marvelous underwater world. Tauchen provides you the ability to dive more closely than snorkeling and get close to dynamic corals, complex reef systems, and a wide selection of marine life in the Great Barrier Reef.

Via the Great Barrier Reef and the Coral Sea, dives are scattered across Tropical North Queensland. Hop on a journey from Port Douglas, Cairns, and Mission Beach on one of the many reefs daily, and visit some of the most beautiful destinations on the earth.

Diving at the Great Barrier Reef

Diving at the Great Barrier Reef

There is no average dive at the Great Barrier Reef, for example. Each dive is an unpredictable voyage. You could be embraced by a 2m-long friendly potato cod in Cod Hole off Lizard Island, take a dip in turtles on the shelf, or meet North Horn sharks on the Coral Sea.

You don’t even have to be a professional scuba diver. From introductory experience to advanced experiences in open water, touches are ideal for all levels of ability. The reef is the best place to learn if you’ve never experienced diving. Register for a short course and get a diving certificate from one of Cairns’ several dive centers. You’re going home with a brand new potential from your break.

Great Barrier Reef
Serious divers could wish to participate in a liveaboard tour of famous dive sites in the Coral Sea, both on the Ribbon reefs south of Lizard Island, North Horn on Osprey Reef, Dungeons & Dragons on Bougainville Reef, and Steve Bommie and Pixie Pinnacle. Mike Ball Dive Expeditions and the Spirit of Liberty perform specialized expeditions from Cairns on their customized dive vessels.

Make sure to add this amazing destination to your travel bucket list and spend sometime enjoying the outstanding beauty of Great Barrier Reef! We hope to bring out many more travelling destinations which will keep you inspired in the future! So stay tuned with us ! Don’t forget to comment the places you find fun to travel..

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