Great Barrier Reef

Diving The Great Barrier Reef is a Truly Magical Experience

Diving the Great Barrier Reef

Scuba Diving Great Barrier Reef

When people say they want to dive in Australia, what most often means is that you will be travelling down under with your own two lungs and exploring The Great Barrier Reef. If this sounds like an experience worth having, then book yourself on one of our amazing packages now!

A flight from Sydney takes only 2 hours 40 minutes, so it’s not too far away before diving off into blue waters filled with colourful reef fish or taking part in scuba expeditions near colourful coral heads waiting eagerly just below the surface level where we can swim around freely without any restrictions due care must still take because there are many dangers lurking out upon these shores but when everything goes according to plan had better seamen always stay aware at all times.

The world's largest coral reef.

There are more than 3000 individual coral reefs in the Great Barrier Reef region, and they're all filled with marine life. From 600 kinds of soft corals to 500 species of worms- there's no shortage when it comes down to finding something new here! You'll find an astounding variety of many different sea creatures, including jellyfish (over 100!)that you can explore upon request at most dive sites; not only do these amazing areas offer up incredible diving opportunities, but they also provide environmental education for visitors as well.

The cod hole is one popular spot where divers will often potato cod almost as big as themselves - giving them ample opportunity to take their own photos. You really should do a great barrier reef diving trip!

Scuba diving thr Cod Hole

Liveaboard diving on the outer reefs

Liveaboards Cairns are boats that have been built for divers and provide space to live in while on your dive trip. They can also be called 'dive charters' or simply cruises; they're the most economical way of diving reefs!

The prices range widely depending upon features, number/guests allowed-inclusive (ie: solo travellers), cuisine available etc., so finding a good deal may not always seem easy at first glance.

If you're looking to experience the best of what Australia has in store, then look no further than our very own Great Barrier Reef. With diving opportunities galore and an array of amazing liveaboards available - we recommend Mike Ball's Spoil-Sport! You'll be able to maximize your time on land as well with open decks at every destination; while getting breathtaking views from above sea level, too (and not just underwater). For those seeking a more budget-friendly adventure, consider Pro Dive Cairns, which offers great service without sacrificing quality or safety standards.

An excellent diving destination for island lovers

If you're looking for a truly unique dive experience, try diving on the coral cay of your dreams-Lady Elliot Island. This small coral reef in Queensland's southern end of the Great Barrier Reef is home to over 100 species and has been rated one spot as an environmentally sustainable destination because it protects its natural resources while welcoming visitors with open arms!

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Did you know that the great barrier reef is...

1. The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef system.
2. The reef is located off the East coast of Australia in the Coral Sea.
3. The reef covers an area of over 344,000 square kilometres.
4. The reef is home to over 1,500 species of fish, 400 species of coral, and 4,000 species of molluscs.
5. The Great Barrier Reef is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
6. The reef is threatened by climate change, pollution, and overfishing.
7. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World.
8. More than two million people visit the reef each year.
9. Diving and snorkelling are popular activities in the Great Barrier Reef.
10. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most biodiverse places on Earth.