FAQS – Frequently Asked Questions
This is a tricky one and it all depends. Snorkel tours are definitely worth it! You will see the best…Read More
In short, no. The reef systems on the outer reef are closer to the continental shelf, so generally speaking, have…Read More
In short, no. The outer reef is closer to the continental shelf, so there is clearer water more of the…Read More
The offshore reefs are about 1.5km from the island itself. We do not recommend swimming there, due to distance and…Read More
No you don’t need to, although you can if you want too. Snorkelling equipment is provided and/or available for rent…Read More
This is a tricky question, to which there is no right or wrong answer. Basically, it all depends on the…Read More
Yes you can. Both of these activities can be booked together and done separately.Read More
They usually last around 20-25 minutes and can easily be incorporated with other reef day tour activities, including snorkeling and…Read More
Most of the dive trips departing Port Douglas have rates that inlcude just tanks and weights, you should expect to…Read More
No you can’t.? Unfortunately all of Cairns’ dive schools will be closed on Christmas Day.? You can start your course…Read More
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FREE UNDERWATER CAMERA HIRE*
Spend over $550.00 AUD on your Great Barrier Reef tour with us and receive the latest Digital Underwater Camera Hire. Take amazing High-Resolution images and 1080 HD Video.
Not available for any tours to the Islands as fine white sand damages the seals on the cameras and makes them leak!
You need to come into our shop located on the Cairns Esplanade the day before departure to pick up the camera before 5:30 pm. You also need to supply your own SD Camera Card and drop the camera off back at our shop before 5:30pm.
Please Remember there is no other way to collect our cameras! All passengers must come into our shop the day before departure day before 5:30 pm.