Enjoy a diving experience with a difference in the beautiful clear waters of Finch Hatton Gorge. Swim with a large variety of aquatic animals and get the chance to come up-close-and-personal with a platypus.Live Availability
Learn how to survive using traditional Aboriginal skills. This Half-Day Coastal Survival workshop is led by learned local Indigenous guides who can instruct you on hunting and gathering methods as well as how to find and identify bush medicines.Live Availability
Discover the creatures of the night, explore the Wildlife Habitat in the evening! See Mahogany Gliders, a resident python, maybe an owl and feed kangaroos, possums, gliders and quolls. Spend an unforgettable evening making new unique, furry friends!Live Availability
Share a delicious lunch with lorikeets, parrots, curlews and cockatoos at the Wildlife Habitat in Port Douglas. Then tour this sanctuary’s great parklands with immersive animal experiences. Spend an unforgettable day making new unique, furry friends!Live Availability
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.
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