Snorkel, sail, swim and explore the Whitsunday Islands . This 23-person sailing catamaran ideal for singles or groups. This tour is geared towards the young, fun-loving, adventurous traveler taking you to all the best places at an affordable price.Live Availability
Visit some of the most rewarding snorkel sites within the Whitsunday Islands. Sail the blue tropical waters, relax on the beautiful white sands of South Whitehaven Beach and enjoy a bush walk to Hill Inlet Lookout.Live Availability
Explore the reef on multi-award-winning Aussie tall ship Derwent Hunter. View pristine islands, beaches and reefs and enjoy top snorkelling spots seeing turtles, numerous fish and birds. Get involved in the sailing or relax with the romance of sail.Live Availability
2 Day 1 Night Sail on a spacious safari boat 17.5m (57ft) for a magical overnight stay under the stars on the Great Barrier Reef. Sail, kayak, snorkel and explore the beauty of the Whitsunday National Park and the world famous Whitehaven Beach.Live Availability
Hi there, it’s me Robbie with blog number 3 for Barrier Reef Australia on how I became a qualified a full time PADI Open Water Scuba Dive Instructor.
Hey it’s me Robbie writing for Barrier Reef Australia about how I came to love scuba diving and went on to become a full time PADI Open Water Scuba Dive Instructor who now travels the planets oceans and amazing underwater world and why I urge you to give scuba diving a go too!
Hi my name is Robbie Wyckoff and I am a full time PADI Open Water Scuba Dive Instructor. If you haven't tried scuba diving before let me show what you are missing out on. Discover the underwater world of our magnificent planet... and there is no better place to scuba dive than the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
Meet Wally the Maori Wrasse an iconiv fish of the Great Barrier Reef who hangs out in the warm waters of Cairns Tropical North Queensland.
Visiting the Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation whilst holidaying in Tropical North Queensland is a "MUST"
The Great Barrier Reef is accessible to all ages so we asked our youngest visitors what they thought of their visit to the reef...