Diving and Snorkeling

The Great Barrier Reef right on the northern coast of Queensland. Diving and snorkelling off the coast provides every patron a truly unforgettable experience. Along with the spectacular reefs, snorkelling around the islands is fantastic and diving amongst a shipwreck is fascinatingly marvellous.

Novice and experienced divers or snorkelers can all revel in the under water beauty found anywhere along the Great Barrier Reef. There are a many professional dive operators in throughout the Great Barrier Reef region that rent appropriate equipment, take out dive tours and provide valuable training courses. Also, to find the best diving and snorkeling spots, talk with locals, inquire at the accommodation front desks and even try the Information Centers.

Originally posted 2008-11-22 07:37:14. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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  1. Olga, 6 years ago

    My husband and I were fortunate enough to do some snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef in March 2010. We were simply blown away with all of the creatures under there. We were even fortunate enough to see a turtle, it was so graceful moving through the water. We picked an itinerary that included sailing out to the reef, snorkeling and then a helicopter flight back to Cairns. The helicopter flight was to die for! Breathtaking views, absolutely unforgettable. For anyone considering these activities when you get there, please don’t hesitate. You will never regret your time on the reef.

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The Whitsunday Islands are an exquisitely arranged assortment of 74 major islands located just off the Airlie Beach coastline, in Queensland. Renown for their stunning natural beauty and close proximity to the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday Islands invite travelling families, groups of friends, individuals and couples to enjoy a piece of paradise.