Enjoy the opportunity to scuba diving during your 1 day tour of the Whitsundays. These tours offer onboard scuba diving, allowing you to have the freedom of diving directly off of the boat with your instructor to explore the reefs below! All tours are ideal for both introductory and certified divers and will also offer snorkelling as well, ensuring you can enjoy the best of both worlds.
Spend a half day at Hardy Reef for the ultimate Great Barrier Reef Experience
If you're short on time but still want to see the Outer Great Barrier Reef, this is the tour for you! Leaving early in the morning and back after lunch, you will get to explore the Outer Reef at length with plenty of time to spare.
See the Outer Great Barrier Reef on an action-packed full day trip
Discover the underwater wonderland that is Hardy Reef. Submerge yourself into the pristine waters of the Great Barrier Reef and you will quickly find yourself in a state of awe with the magnificent corals and abundance of tropical marine life. There's even a good chance you'll see our friendly resident, Dollar the turtle!
Illusions takes you to some of the best snorkelling and diving locations in the Whitsundays, all in one day!
This vessel is a new product to the Whitsundays, as a new upgrade to the old Illusions that has been sailing here for the last twenty years. The new Illusions is a very luxurious Tasman 35 built here in Australia and designed by Roger Hill and is an excellent sailing vessel and we guarantee that you will enjoy a delightful day of sailing, snorkelling, diving and sight seeing!
A fantastic island day tour with on-board scuba diving!
Onboard Mandarin Dive Instructor on most days!
Whether a keen diver or snorkeller, MV Mantaray offers a sensational day tour complete with all the Whitsundays' highlights. Not only will you get the chance to visit the infamous Whitehaven Beach, Hill Inlet Lookout and Whitsunday Island, you will also get the chance to explore the vibrant fringing coral reef off of Hook Island. You will not believe the bold colours of the corals and the diverse marine life that populates our Whitsunday waters.