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Egg Rock Dive Site

Great Keppel Island,

Egg Rock is located in a Marine National Park "B" Zone - the Keppel Group of Islands on the Great Barrier Reef are totally protected. Wall dives to 30m on the seaward side, numerous types of corals and fish life - some up to 70kg! Coral Trout in abundance and Clown Fish (the size of your hand) in their Anemones in patches up to 10m in diameter. Sea Snakes, Cod, Barramundi, Hussar's, Sweetlip, Hump-headed Batfish and Red Emperor to name a few. This site is a photographers dream.

Great Barrier Reef
Great Keppel Island,
Queensland
Australia

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Egg Rock Dive Site

Great Keppel Island,
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Egg Rock is located in a Marine National Park "B" Zone - the Keppel Group of Islands on the Great Barrier Reef are totally protected. Wall dives to 30m on the seaward side, numerous types of corals and fish life - some up to 70kg! Coral Trout in abundance and Clown Fish (the size of your hand) in their Anemones in patches up to 10m in diameter. Sea Snakes, Cod, Barramundi, Hussar's, Sweetlip, Hump-headed Batfish and Red Emperor to name a few. This site is a photographers dream.

Child Island Dive Site

Great Keppel Island,
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In the Keppel Group of Islands on the Great Barrier Reef, you can drift dive the deep channel to 30 metres between the Child and Barren islands known as "The Gulch". Its walls are lined with small colourful invertebrates. On a good dive, gropers, barracuda, trevally, stingrays, wobbegongs, cobia and surgeonfish can be seen. Novice divers can dive at 15 metre level to view magnificent coral formations, the Gulch cave, forests of sea whips and sea fans.

Man and Wife Rocks Dive Site

Great Keppel Island,
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Located in the Keppel Group of Islands on the Great Barrier Reef, Man and Wife Rocks features a beautiful plateau (around six to eight metres) of rich coral reef with extensive varieties of hard and soft corals. Staghorn corals are prolific - great macro photography. A number of sea anemones with resident clownfish, large schools of pelagic fish. There is a drop-off where large sponges, sea fans, sea snakes and wobbegong sharks can be encountered.
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