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Australia / Cairns
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Reef Daytripper

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Reef Daytripper

None star hotel
7 Fulton Close, Whitfield, Queensland 4870, Australia
None rooms
No Internet

Reef Daytripper

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Booking process

1. BOOKING

Once we receive your booking, we double check availability with the dive operator and reserve your spot

2. CONFIRMATION

We usually get back to you within 24 hours to confirm that your booking is final

3. 48H FREE CANCELLATION PERIOD

You then have 48 hours to take care of other travel arrangements. Your credit card will only be charged after that period

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Explore diving around the Reef Daytripper

Best dive sites in Cairns

There's too many great dive sites to list across the whole of the Great Barrier Reef! So instead, here's our pick of some of the best ones within reach of Cairns. 

Flynn Reef - A great dive site for a little bit of everything; turtles, parrot fish, clownish and more...

The Cod Hole - One of the most famous, and for good reason, you get to witness giant potato cod feeding!

Osprey Reef - This one is for the adrenaline lovers in search of dozens of white tip reef sharks in a feeding frenzy.

Steve's Bommie - Here you can check out the fish-eating, fiery-colored flame file shell, plus all the other iconic reef fish these reefs are famed for.

Norman Reef - Morey eels, Maori wrasse and giant clams are the regulars at this reef, but visit in mid-winter for the chance to spot minke whales. At night, it's not uncommon to find sleeping sharks in the nearby caves. 

Pixie Pinnacle - Part of the Ribbon Reef System and one of David Attenborough's favourites. Here you can see cod, cucumbers, whitetip sharks and rays in amongst colorful hard and soft corals. 

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What to see

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the ocean's most important natural assets, home to a huge amount of diverse marine life. Look out for butterfly fish, parrot fish, coral trout, clown fish and surgeon fish swimming around the corals. Look closer and you might discover a blue sea slug, mollusc, sea cucumber or sea worm. Gliding through the channels are often green sea turtles or white tip reef sharks, while spinner dolphins dance in the open blue. Get lucky, and you may even see a minke whale or humpback on it's annual migration. 

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