Benvenuto alla Grande Barriera Corallina

Fate un passo indietro e sorridete mentre la Grande Barriera Corallina vi lascia senza respiro.  Con le sbalorditive barriere coralline, le variopinte creature marine e un arcobaleno di acque azzurre a perdita d'occhio, è un'esperienza unica nella vita da non perdere.
  • La Grande Barriera Corallina si estende per oltre 2.300 km: dal Queensland tropicale settentrionale nel nord giù fino a Bundaberg nel sud.
  • La Grande Barriera Corallina è facilmente raggiungibile da vari punti di accesso, inclusi Port Douglas, Cairns, Townsville, Airlie Beach, Seventeen Seventy e Bundaberg.
  • Con una superficie di circa 350.000 km2, la Grande Barriera Corallina è l'unico organismo vivente della Terra che può essere visto dallo spazio!
  • La Grande Barriera Corallina permette di fare esperienze di altissimo livello, tra cui immersioni subacquee, snorkeling, vela, noleggio di imbarcazioni a scafo nudo, crociere normali ed esplorative.
 

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Great Barrier Reef Day Trip to Lady Elliot Island

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Lady Elliot Island is a coral cay located at the southern tip of Australia's iconic Great Barrier Reef (north of Fraser Island). The island is regarded as one of the best snorkelling and diving destinations in Australia and is famous for its unspoilt coral reef and amazing array of spectacular marine life!

Australian Sunset Safaris

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Picture yourself travelling in a four-wheel drive bus along Fraser Island's beaches and rainforest tracks, swimming in a crystal clear lake with a white sandy bottom. Or how about paddling in a completely transparent kayak over sunken Moreton Island ship wrecks, seeing an abundance of fish and colourful coral through the bottom of your kayak?

Great Beach Drive - 5 day Itinerary

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The Great Beach Drive, located in Queensland’s stunning Australia’s Nature Coast, provides a road trip like no other. Offering the experience of driving on some of the world’s most stunning beaches, through some of the most idyllic National Parks and World Heritage listed areas, this is truly a once in a lifetime drive holiday experience.

Three Pyramids

Lady Elliot Island, Bundaberg Area
The Three Pyramids is a collection of three coral bommies on the sheltered western side of Lady Elliot Island. Rising from the sand in depths from 20m, these coral heads attract a great variety of marine life, with each one home to a good population of reef fish and invertebrates.

Oaks Beach

Burnett Heads, Bundaberg Area
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Only 18 kilometres north east of Bundaberg you will find Oaks Beach - a small beach good for snorkelling, fishing, rock walking or swimming. There is also a 200 metre stretch of beach perfect for surfing.

Mon Repos Conservation Park

Bundaberg, Bundaberg Area
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Your first stop should be at the Mon Repos Turtle Centre. Find out all there is to know about the marine turtles and the park and, if it’s turtle season, book yourself in to join the Park Rangers on a night-time Turtle Encounter tour.

Musgrave Dropoff

Lady Musgrave Island, Gladstone Area
On the southern side of Lady Musgrave Island the reef edge drops from 10 metres to 25 metres and forms an amazing wall of coral. Often simply called Musgrave Dropoff, this extensive wall is rarely dived, but you can jump in anywhere along its length and have a great dive.

Anchor Bommie Dive Site

Lady Elliot Island,
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Lady Elliot Island has many wonderful dive sites, but one of its most impressive is Anchor Bommie. This tower of coral sits on the sandy sea floor at 21 metres and stands 10 metres tall, a very imposing sight.

Entrance Bommie Dive Site

Lady Musgrave Island, Gladstone Area
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Located at the entrance to Lady Musgrave Island lagoon, Entrance Bommie is a large blade of coral sitting in 22 metres of water. This elongated bommie is riddled with ledges and caves, which are usually overflowing with baitfish.

Moore Park Beach

Moore Park Beach, Bundaberg Area
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Moore Park Beach is only a 15 minute drive from Bundaberg Central Business District. Offering 20 kilometres of unspoilt beaches; the northern end is used for Four Wheel Driving and the southern end is a popular swimming area.
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