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Southern Cross Day Tour is currently undergoing a a refit, in her absence, the original maxi racing yacht, Bumblebee 4, will be operating Southern Cross tours.
There are thousands of individual species that live in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. From birds, to mammals, to fish and corals, there is a huge variety of what can be found above and below the water. Below we have listed some exciting things you can expect to see when snorkelling in particular.
The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park maintains a fine balance in order to stay healthy and thriving, just like most ecosystems! It relies on the weather, water temperature, tides and overall water health in order to remain healthy itself. Any small interruption in its equilibrium can result in changes in habitat.
All coral reefs are formed the same, no matter where they are in the world. The reason why the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is special and unique is that it is the largest reef system in the world with 2,900 reefs connecting it across 2,600km.
The seascape of the Great Barrier Marine Park is huge and diverse. It has many species of fish, corals, turtles, molluscs and marine mammals. It holds many mysteries and wonders as well as different types of land masses and reefs. One of these land masses is a cay - an island made up completely of sand.
The Whitsundays are a playground in paradise! They are one of the top places to visit in Australia and always welcome many visitors who want to explore the islands and their reefs. But it wasn't always so.
There are many places to snorkel in the Whitsundays, with more and more reefs being discovered daily by tour operators and individuals who want to find new places to explore the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park!
The Whitsunday Islands, or 'Whitsundays' for short, are known for many great things that draw thousands of people here each year. But what are they? And why are they so great?
The Whitsundays are a group of 74 islands that can be found off the eastern coast of Australia and are one of the top tourist destinations in the country. The main access point to the Whitsunday Islands is Airlie Beach, a small coastal town found in Queensland that is a popular holiday destination for international travellers and Australians alike. But what makes them so special and why do people keep coming back?
Experience the Great Barrier Reef from every possible perspective with this combination Cruise/Fly package to Cruise Whitsundays Reefworld. This tour features a 35 min scenic flight encompassing views of the Whitsunday islands, Hill Inlet, Heart Reef and the Outer Reef. The tour also includes approximately 2.5 hours at Reefworld, a tropical buffet lunch, snorkeling and coral viewing from the underwater viewing chamber, before returning home by luxury catamaran.
Marvel at the earth's largest living organism and one of the southern hemisphere's largest island resorts all in one day with this fly and cruise combination to the Great Barrier Reef, Whitehaven Beach and Hamilton Island.
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