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Wheeler Reefscuba diving site
Avg rating 3 by 8 divers

Wheeler Reef

Townsville, Australia

This is a platform reef perched close to the continental shelf drop off. Perfectly circular in shape, is a truly magnificent example of marine biodiversity at its best. There are crevasses to explore and isolated bommies surrounded by beautiful white sand stretching off into the depths of the Coral Sea. Spectacular formations of plate, branching an...
Horn, Osprey reef scuba diving site
Avg rating 3 by 5 divers

Horn, Osprey reef

Port Douglas, Australia

Named after the horn shaped reef, this is one of the most enjoyed dive sites on the great barrier reef. This site is home to many species of sharks (whitetip reef sharks, grey reef sharks, silvertips, hammerheads and tiger sharks) and an abundance of other marine life too. Guaranteed to see white tip reef sharks and often more than 12 seperate sha...
Petaj Millnscuba diving site
Avg rating 3 by 4 divers

Petaj Milln

Cairns, Australia

Good coral Saw loads of Parrot fish Clown fish A big pinnacle which has a bottom at 18meters, swim around this down to the base then there are three smaller pinnacle with plenty of sealife and coral.
Tracys Bombiescuba diving site
Avg rating 3 by 2 divers

Tracys Bombie

Cairns, Australia

Tracy's Bombie is a peninsula jutting out from the Northern end of the reef. Tracy's is a very navigable wall dive with sharks resting on the ocean floor, and walls enlivened with an abundance of marine life. White tip reef sharks are almost always seen here, black tip reef sharks are also seen here. The real treat is the mass variety of little mar...
Pellowe Reef scuba diving site
Avg rating 3 by 1 diver

Pellowe Reef

Cairns, Australia

Pellowe reef is an awsemo place to scuba dive! Even by the Great barrier reef standards this is amazing. A small isolated reef located close to the edge of the continental shelf. For this reason access to the reef is very weather and tidal dependent. The reef drops away very quickly at places to 30 metres and stronger currents can be present as wel...
Petaj Poolsscuba diving site
Avg rating 2 by 5 divers

Petaj Pools

Cairns, Australia

Beautiful great barrier reef dive about 2 hours from cairns. Swimming alond the ridge and around the many large mounds this site is easy to navigate and offers lots of diversity. Guaranteed to see dozens of sting rays, clown fish, parrot fish, turutles and all the usual GBR tropical species.Large gropers are commonly seen at close quarters and whit...
Bait Reefscuba diving site
Avg rating 2 by 4 divers

Bait Reef

Whitsundays, Australia

Bait Reef is one of the best known and most spectacular locations on the Great Barrier Reef. An "oasis" for all sorts of tropical marine life, with turtles and manta rays common sights. Coral gardens, underwater canyons, swim throughs and dramatic walls provide a range of terrain to explore. An ideal location for snorkelers and scuba divers. Snorke...
Hardy Reefscuba diving site
Avg rating 2 by 4 divers

Hardy Reef

Whitsundays, Australia

Hardy Reef, which is a 'patch reef' on the Great Barrier Reef and all dives are conducted along the 70 metre reef wall. Divers can expect to see a large variety of soft and hard corals and many species of ‘people friendly’ fish will follow and surround the divers – sergeant majors, tusk fish, surgeon fish and fusiliers to name a f...
HMAS Brisbanescuba diving site
Avg rating 2 by 4 divers

HMAS Brisbane

Mooloolaba, Australia

Divers can explore the 133 metre, former warship through large access holes that allow passage into the forward engine room, boiler room, & the ship’s interior including sleeping quarters used by the crew during the ship’s service from 1967 to 2001. And, of course, divers also have the chance to explore the growth of the artifi...
Coral Villagescuba diving site
Avg rating 2 by 3 divers

Coral Village

Cairns, Australia

This is a drift dive, from the boat, Navigator (tender to Reef Jet) along the outer north-western wall of the lagoon, Starts or Finishes, depending on the tide, in shallows of about 5 mtrs with an incredible array of pristine corals: branching, plating, tabulating, encrusting, bouldering, digitates, lace, needle and much more than can be described!...
Gordons Mooringscuba diving site
Avg rating 2 by 3 divers

Gordons Mooring

Cairns, Australia

Gordons Mooring has endless intriguing coral mazes. At night the mazes close into amazing tunnels that change at every bend. Great wall dives, swim-throughs, overhangs and night diving. Expect to see an abundance of marine life combined with plenty of hard corals such as staghorn, table, plate and boulder coral heads and many species of soft corals...
Simpson Artificial Reef scuba diving site
Not Rated

Simpson Artificial Reef

Hervey Bay, Australia

Welcome to Hervey Bay  we have one of the largest artificial reefs in the southern hemisphere this has been down for over 40 years prolific marine life is established  In addition to this there has been massive blocks of concretre placed around the Fraser Isalnd on the western side  the fish life is already congregating  ...
Eagle Hawk Reefscuba diving site
Not Rated

Eagle Hawk Reef

Whitsundays, Australia

Easily accessed by boats as a single vessel anchorage exists between Eaglehawk and the southern shore and snorkelling and scuba diving are good if conditions are right. The visibility can be bad due high levels of sediment but is often 50m+ (predicting the visibility is almost impossible here and operators often get it wrong!). The abundance of sof...
Maringa Bombie scuba diving site
Not Rated

Maringa Bombie

Hervey Bay, Australia

This site is coffee rock just a about 500 mts from the shore of Fraser Island  Nice soft coral and shelves where the beautiful crayfish hang out  I find this dive to be a reliable site as long as it is not a strong north easterly  about a half hour trip from urangan boat harbour  not the best visibility in the ocean ...

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