Great Barrier Reef Cruise
A Great Barrier Reef Cruise is something you will remember forever.
Choose from a selection of the best Great Barrier Reef Cruise
A day tour to the outer barrier reef, a morning tour or a relaxed stay on a tropical Great Barrier Reef Island or several days on our Great Barrier Reef liveaboard.
We have taken the guesswork out of it for you, our selection of the best operators going to the reef ensures you get amazing reef locations, personal attention and the best standards.
See the best of our beautiful region with one of our tour packages that showcase a Great Barrier Reef cruise with some of the best things to see and do.
The first thing that hits you is the colours of the Great Barrier Reef, did you even know there were that many colours? The colours seem brighter and more vivid.
An amazing place to get away, your senses are immediately heightened – the air is warm, and the people are relaxed and friendly.
And then you pop on a mask and look into the waters of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, everything slows right down, calms itself: your thoughts, your breathing. You can hear the gentle in and out of your breaths, but that’s about it. Instead, your vision takes over – becomes stronger, taking in the almost impossible colours and the brightly coloured fish and coral.
Bright coloured damselfish are humming along with their fins blurring like motors, cruising past coral with colourful orange flowers or blue-tipped brain coral.
Nemo is not the only show-stopper on the Great Barrier Reef. He may be a crowd-pleaser, but Nemo is not the only fish you’ll meet in the Great Barrier Reef. With 3000 reefs and over 800 islands, the challenge most tourists have when visiting the Great Barrier Reef is not what they’ll see, but where to start.
Considerable effort is going into protecting the reef, ensuring current tourism practices in a way that has no impact on the coral reef, and it’s incredible inhabitants.
Alongside organisations such as Reef Check Australia, the staff work to monitor the health of the reef to ensure future generations can enjoy it.
Plan your visit; you’ll find it like no other place on earth – the Great Barrier Reef not only brings you to face to face with nature but its colourful and charismatic inhabitants.
Whether it’s for a couple of days of snorkelling or to get your open water diving license, there is no place better than Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
The opportunity to get up close and personal with marine life to see brightly coloured clownfish sheltering in an anemones branches and giant sea turtles cruising by.
There will be sights that you see when you close your eyes and memories that you’ll be able to carry with you well into your old age.