The Dive Sites of the Great Barrier Reef
Snorkelers and scuba divers will plunge right into this helpful guide. Features include information on the specific dive site location and dive facilities, one- to five-star ratings of sites, quick reference symbols, tips on underwater photography, health and safety advice, how to travel to the destination, non-diving sightseeing attractions and excursions, and more.
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TRAVELLING TO AND IN QUEENSLAND
DIVING AND SNORKELLING ON THE GREAT BARRIER REEF AND THE CORAL SEA
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Access Airlie Beach angelfish Average visibility 20m Barner barracuda Barrier Reef batfish bommies Bundaberg Bunker Group butterflyfish Cairns and Port calm camera caves cays charter boats colourful Conditions coral gardens coral heads coral trout Cruises dive sites divers drop-offs dunng Eagle Rays flatworms fusiliers giant Gladstone gorgonians Grey Reef Sharks gropers gutters hard corals Heron Island Island Resort Keppel Island lagoon ledges lionfish Lizard Island Lockhart River mackerel Manta Rays Maon Wrasse marine Maximum miles Minimum depth molluscs moray eels nudibranchs Park parrotfish pelagic fish photographers pinnacles Port Douglas Protected by reef Queensland Ribbon Reefs Rosslyn Bay scuba sea snakes sea whips shallow shnmps Shute Harbour slight cur slight currents Small reef fish snorkelling Southern Coral Sea species spiky soft corals sponges squirrelfish stingrays surgeonfish Swain Reefs sweetlips tnps Townsville trevally turtles underwater visibility 20m 65ft visibility 40m 130ft wall Whitetip Reef Sharks Whitsunday wreck