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SCUBA DIVING
SCUBA DIVING
SEE THE MARINE LIFE UP CLOSE
SEE THE MARINE LIFE UP CLOSE
A WHOLE NEW UNDERWATER WORLD
A WHOLE NEW UNDERWATER WORLD

Scuba Diving

Updated: 15-Feb-2007


Cairns
is the scuba diving capital of Queensland, why?...

Because it is the closest departure point to the Great Barrier Reef.

Whether a novice to scuba diving or highly experienced, or somewhere in between the Great Barrier Reef has something to offer everyone.

 

Most day trips offer the option to take up to 3 dives at two different locations.

The Great Barrier Reef offers a range of dive types including Drift, Wall, Pinnacle, Ledge and swim throughs.

 

Outer reef sites are selected on the day according to tidal and weather conditions, so divers can get the best experience on the day. With numerous reef locations available, each site offers a new experience.

 

Water temperatures range from 22 to 28 degrees celsius, allowing comfortable diving all year round.

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