Coral Canyons

Heron Island, Gladstone Area

A maze of deep gutters is just one of the highlights of diving the Coral Canyons. This dive site off Heron Island has countless gutters cutting in and out of the reef in depth from 15 metres to 20 metres. These canyons are decorated with pretty hard and soft corals, but divers will also see gorgonians and sea whips in the area. There are also many ledges to explore at the Coral Canyons, which are home to crayfish, squirrelfish and tasselled wobbegong sharks. While turtles, trevally, reef sharks, batfish and stingrays are common in the area, take some time to look for some of the smaller reef inhabitants. The Coral Canyons is a good place to see nudibranchs, octopus, shrimps, boxfish, lionfish and gobies.

Heron Island, Gladstone Area
Queensland
Australia

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Mon Repos Turtle Season

Bargara, Bundaberg Area
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The Mon Repos Conservation Park, within the Southern Great Barrier Reef, supports the largest concentration of nesting marine turtles on the Eastern Australian mainland and has the most significant Loggerhead turtle nesting population in the South Pacific.

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24 February 2018
Come on kids - hound mum and dad to come and enjoy some great family fun as the region welcome’s in the Year of the Dog at Bundaberg’s Chinese New Year Celebrations. From 3pm a variety of events will be unleashed on Bourbong Street featuring performances by artists direct from Nanning, Lion and Dragon dancing, Taiko drumming, lantern parade and fireworks.
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