Great Barrier Reef Cruise – Australia’s Own Natural Wonder
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is truly spectacular we would like to show it to you at its best !
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Reef Cruise Scuba diving & snorkeling liveaboard and day tours, Discover Australia’s Great Barrier Reef Reef Cruises departing daily from Cairns Australia
Stretching more than 2,010 kilometres makes up 13% of the world’s reef system.
It is no wonder the Great Barrier Reef brings more that 1.6 million visitors a year from around the world.
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is spectacular and the chance to come face to face with our brightly coloured marine and coral is a delightful experience that should be on everyone’s bucket list
Made up of nearly 3,000 individual reefs and about 300 cays, the Reef is the largest structure in the world built by living organisms and can easily be seen from outer space.
And bears the distinctive title of one of the “most unique and precious places on earth” by the World Heritage committee.
Skim the sparkling waters of the Coral Sea for magnificent views of colourful coral gardens from aboard a sail boat, yacht, or glass-bottom boat.
Snorkel with thousands of exotic fish and sea creatures or dive to its depths and explore cays, atolls and shipwrecks.
Marvel at The Reef’s sheer size from above by helicopter, air plane or even from a hot air balloon!
Choose from hours-long day trips to week-long live-aboard boats with helpful and knowledgeable crews eager to enhance your Great Barrier Reef experience.
Accommodations are available to those on a tight budget as well as those who insist on top class luxury.
Reef Cruise Packages
Check out our awesome Reef Cruise tour packages and experience one of Mother Nature’s most precious gifts, The Great Barrier Reef and some of North Queensland’s famous icons
Things to do Great Barrier Reef
Great Barrier Reef Cruise
Discover North Queensland with one of Reef Cruise Packages
join us onboard our 4 day Whitsundays fun Tall Ship Sailing Adventure includes snorkeling and Whitsunday Islands including Whitehaven Beach and Hook Island