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Sunreef Mooloolaba

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Sunreef Mooloolaba, based in Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, is the longest established dive centre in the region, with roots starting back in 1976.

Sunreef is a Five Star PADI Training Centre and offers accredited dive courses for all levels of divers as well as local reef dives, snorkelling trips and diving on the ex-HMAS Brisbane and beautiful Flinders Reef.

Sunreef Mooloolaba also offer Australia’s first Swim with Humpback Whales experience, from July to October each year.

The crew also guides international dive trips and travel as well as offering dive equipment sales and servicing.

For more information on Sunreef Mooloolaba, diving and swimming with the whales, contact via the web site, facebook page, phone or shop.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park

Activities

  • Canoeing
  • Scuba-Diving
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

Australia's First Swim with Humpback Whale Encounters

The opportunity to swim with a Humpback Whale is a rare and very special one, and Sunreef Mooloolaba was Australia’s first operator to offer the experience, launching in 2014.

It's a very special breathtaking experience that will leave you with a true sense of wonder about these amazing mammals.

The experienced Sunreef crew will find and trail along at a safe distance from the whales to allow them to get used to the sound of the engines. Then, after assessing the whales' behaviour, they will move ahead of the whales. If conditions are right, they will then put the boat into neutral and allow guests to slide into the water with a Sunreef guide and a safety line. Then its up to the whales - its a natural experience and 100 per cent on the whales’ own terms. They seem as intrigued by people as people are of them and often swim over and around for a closer look, gliding gently and effortlessly around you. Operates from July to October each year. Please check with Sunreef for dates and more information.

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$149 $149
Wreck Dive on the HMAS Brisbane

This scuba dive is fantastic for people ranging from open water divers to wreck divers. With penetration to most of the guided missile destroyer, divers can reach the engine room, boiler room and the weapons control room. The wildlife includes large schools of fish, trevally and bait fish, along with resident bull and eagle rays, large Queensland grouper, cray fish, octopus.

Water temperature ranges from 18 degrees in winter to 27 degrees in summer and visibility from 10 metres to 30 metres.

Indicative rates

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$195 $265
Flinders Reef Snorkeling and Diving

Flinders Reef is one of the most beautiful dive sites in Queensland. Haled by divers and snorkellers alike for its pristine conditions and stunning visibility year round.

Flinders Reef is known for the abundance of different species of turtles, which inhabit the entire reef system. If beautiful coral reefs are your idea of the perfect dive, look no further. It has the highest number of coral species of any sub tropical reef system along Australia’s East Coast.

Swim throughs and pinnacles are scattered throughout this reef with something new to discover each time. Sunreef is the only company on the Sunshine Coast currently offering full 60-minute dives at stunning Flinders Reef.

Indicative rates

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$159 $229

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Mount Fox

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