Immersioni & snorkeling

Con 2.900 isole da esplorare, acque calde tutto l'anno e alcuni dei siti migliori al mondo per il diving, c’è la possibilità di fare snorkeling proprio davanti alla spiaggia o di partecipare a tour diretti nelle profondità del Reef.

In base alla stagione potrete:

  • Lasciarvi scivolare nell’acqua con le mante giganti a Lady Elliot Island
  • Fare snorkeling con le balene in migrazione
  • Assistere dal vivo alla frenesia del pasto degli squali nel Nord selvaggio del Queensland
  • Ammirare meravigliati i coralli colorati della Grande Barriera Corallina
  • Fare un selfie con alcuni pesci del Reef per una foto indimenticabile del profilo
  • Nuotare accanto a tartarughe enormi

Dagli snorkelisti occasionali ai sub esperti: ciascuno ritroverà il bambino dentro di sé nelle splendide acque del Queensland.


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Rob Benn Holdings has been operating offshore Charters for over 20 years. They visit some of the most remote and pristine environments on the east coast of Australia. Their trips range from a minimum of seven nights to extended charters as required for family holidays, fishing, diving, snorkelling, spear fishing or research.

Three Sisters Dive Site

Cairns, Cairns Area
Free Entry
The Three Sisters, part of the impressive Milln Reef, can be found just a short boat trip from Cairns. The three large, colourful bommies are perhaps most famous for the Gorgonian Gorge, with the second and third sisters rising to within one metre of the surface - the three metre gap between them is constantly filled with schools of fusiliers and snapper.

Keeper Reef Dive Site

Townsville, Townsville Area
Free Entry
Located off Townsville, Keeper Reef offers a wonderful dive for those that love to explore healthy coral gardens. It is easy to get lost at this dive site as the coral gardens are divided by ridges and bommies, creating a coral maze.

Hervey Bay Dive Centre

Multiple Locations
The Hervey Bay Dive Centre is Hervey Bay's premier marine and dive tour operator. Owned and operated by a local family with years of experience in the marine industry the centre prides itself on a personal experience, passionate and professional crew and a strong environmental approach.

Heron Island Dive Site

Heron Island, Gladstone Area
Free Entry
Heron Island, on the Great barrier Reef off Gladstone, is a richly vegetated coral cay with an established resort, research station and Marine Parks ranger base. This is an important nesting ground for Green Turtles (October - March is turtle-breeding season), black noddy terns and wedge-tailed shearwaters.

Nara Inlet

Whitsundays, Whitsunday Area
Nestled in the south east end of the Whitsundays’ Hook Island is Nara Inlet, a secluded bay with tranquil waters that reflect the dense forestry that covers the island’s steep hills. The clear water acts as a window to the fringing reef and is known for its sheltered anchorage and easy access to the island.
Mike Ball Dive Expeditions are proud of their reputation for exceptional diving and extraordinary service. It is their attention to detail that sets them apart. Spoilsport's specially designed itineraries provide more diving and more relaxed diving.

Llewellyn Dive Site

East Mackay, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Exciting wreck diving is to be had at the historic 'Llewellyn' site, east of Mackay on the Great Barrier Reef. The steamer was last seen departing Cape Capricorn Lighthouse on 17 July 1919 and disappeared during heavy gales as it sailed from Rockhampton to Bowen.

Lighthouse Bommies Dive Site

Lady Elliot Island, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
Just off the western side of Lady Elliot Island is a group of small coral outcrops known as Lighthouse Bommies. Descend down the mooring line and drift onto the bommies to discover a vast array of marine life - batfish, stingrays, white-spotted shovelnose rays, green and loggerhead turtles, sea snakes, moray eels, coral trout, reef sharks, trevally, barracuda, and manta rays waiting to be groomed by cleaner wrasse.

Aarhus Dive Site

Moreton Island, Brisbane Area
Free Entry
North of Moreton Island lies the Aarhus, a 50 metre iron barque. The three-mast sail ship sank in 1894 after a 122-day sail from New York, and is considered one of Australia's first major oil spills. The Aarhus carried a cargo of kerosene, glassware, wire bails and alarm clocks, with some of those timber artifacts under the sand still preserved by the kerosene they were drenched in.
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