Great Barrier Reef Australia

Great Barrier Reef Australia

You can swim, snorkel, dive and sail on the Great Barrier Reef is listed as World Heritage, a masterpiece of life that is so large that can be seen from space.
Coral reef stretches more than 2,000 kilometers along the Queensland coast, from the mainland town of Port Douglas to Bundaberg. Move between the islands are surrounded by a natural palm tree at the top, then explore the islands of rainbow-colored reefs and marine life at the bottom.

Five ways to explore the Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef Australia1. From the top, moving from island to island

Partying in Airlie Beach, enjoy various water sports in Hamilton, Hayman honeymoon on a luxury or just relaxing on soft white sand beach Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island. For accommodations, you'll find everything from five star resorts to the simplicity of the tents back-to-nature in a natural environment. You can explore the lush island national park on the Great Barrier Reef. There's Green and Fitzroy Island near Cairns and Dunk Island, Bedarra, Hinchinbrook and Orpheus in the south. Go to the Hayman Island, Heron and Lizard to see the sport diving resort and amazing.

Great Barrier Reef Australia2. Wearing a wet suit

Directly observe the colorful coral reefs and marine life with glass-floored boat ride from the coastal towns such as Cairns, Port Douglas, Townsville, Bundaberg, Rockhampton, Mackay, Mission Beach and Airlie Beach. Or feel calm sea, deep drop offs, underwater tunnels and caves in coral reefs along with school administrators or managers dive trips a day. Snorkel or dive on the edge of the continental shelf at Agincourt Reef from Cairns, to explore the wreck of the SS Yongala Townsville and Magnetic Island and the shipwreck Llewellyn from Mackay. Watch the starfish, crabs and shellfish at Fitzroy Reef, Capricorn and Bunker near Gladstone. Or explore the beautiful coral canyon while watching the sea turtles near Lady Elliot Island and Lady Musgrave. Whitsunday Islands, and the warm clear waters and colorful coral reefs can be enjoyed with a day trip from your resort on the island or Airlie Beach.

Great Barrier Reef Australia3. With the sail

Sailing from Port Douglas to Low Isles, a secluded beautiful island discovered by Captain Cook in 1770. Or rent a boat from Hamilton Island or Airlie Beach and sailed across the blue sea in the Whitsundays. Anchored and spent the night in the beautiful port such as Whitehaven Beach, Cid Harbour and the Butterfly Bay and visit the coral reef island of Black, Langford and Bird along the journey. You can pause to off fatigue on Daydream Island, Hamilton or Long Island. You also can ride a boat without a crew from Cairns or Airlie Beach towards the outer Greater Barrier Reef. Learning to sail with the crew of skilled or with skipper until you are confident enough to steer the ship. You also can rent a boat from the type of Maxi Racers to catamarans, complete with trained crews. Or meet new people in a rented boat manned overnight complete.

Great Barrier Reef Australia4. Enjoying the rain forest air

Walking, camping and merge with nature in a national park that stretches from Cape York to the Whitsunday Islands are fertile. Sailing across the Daintree River and visit the Mossman Gorge in the Daintree Rainforest. See animals of the night and have fun at the Bloomfield Falls waterfall when you arrive at Cape Tribulation, where the trees like a blend with the coral reefs. Walking through the jungle bush through the canyons and subtropical and tropical rain forest in Eungella National Park, located in the mountains cloaked in mist in the west of Mackay. Banc under swamp mahogany and red gum trees and enjoy the beautiful scenery and various species of birds and wild animals. In the National Park Whitsunday, you can walk from Tongue Bay on Whitsunday Island to enjoy the beautiful scenery. Or see the valuable works of art rock Ngaro tribe in Nara Inlet, Hook Island. Camping, get up early to hear the birds singing, swimming on a secluded beach and enjoy the fragrant rain forest air at Hook Island, Long, Cid, North and South Molle.

5. With your adrenaline

Watch the beauty of the Daintree Rainforest and Great Barrier Reef with helicopter flight to Green Island. Heart Reef is spectacularly located on Hardy Reef in the Whitsunday Islands and the best observed through a sea plane or helicopter. Combine a day snorkeling trip from Cairns to the coral reefs with a hot air balloon trip over the Atherton Tablelands. Aboard a luxury catamaran from Cairns and Port Douglas to the outside of the Great Barrier Reef. Or sail in between Cairns and Townsville in a three-day cruise with a luxury yacht. Overnight at Airlie Beach or at the resort on Hamilton Island or Daydream game and try parasailing, boating, walking through bush forest, sea kayaking, fishing, snorkeling and much more.