Explore Australia’s Great Barrier Reef with a Cairns dive tour

Great Barrier Reef
Great Barrier Reef


The magnificence of the Great Barrier Reef the largest reef in the World includes over 2,900 individual reefs to explore and take part in the beauty of over 900 islands stretching a vast 2,600 kilometers.

The abundance of marine life makes the Great Barrier Reef an ideal scuba dive and snorkeling adventure.

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most popular diving locations in Australia and the World

The Great Barrier Reef is known for its rich and vibrant marine life and numerous scuba dive locations.

The Great Barrier Reef scuba dive trips allow you to explore the largest coral reef system in the world, wreckage’s, islands, caves and island cays.

The Great Barrier Reef is on the top of many scuba diving enthusiasts “must dive” lists and for good reasons.

As the largest coral reef system in the world, you’ll see an array of marine life that call the reef home. The Great Barrier Reef, Cairns dive trips allow you to visit the breeding ground of 6 species of turtles, whales, dolphins, porpoises, more than 400 species of coral and much more.

There is no shortage of marine life as there are 125 recorded species of shark and stingray lurking in the reef.

While experiencing the Great Barrier Reef diving, you’ll also be surrounded by giant clams, seahorses, clownish and so much more!

Some of the top Great Barrier Reef dive liveaboard trips take you to Ribbons Reef, Osprey Reef, Cod Hole and North Horn to explore the world below the water’s surface prime scuba dive locations offer an experience you’ll never forget.

When scuba diving the Great Barrier Reef, you’ll have a full access pass to explore the magic and mystery of this one of a kind reef system.

Take a Cairns liveaboard cruise, an open water dive to become one with marine life at the best locations in the world.

The Great Barrier Reef, Cairns dive tours are nearly unlimited as you’re able to seek adventure at one of the most sought after diving locations on the planet.


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