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Known as one of the Great Seven Wonders of the Natural world, the Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system on Earth and can be seen from space.
The Great Barrier Reef surrounds over 900 islands and spans an area of over 344,400 square kilometres throughout the Coral Sea, along the coast of North Queensland. It is made up of two main sections: The Inner Fringing Reefs, which is mainly soft corals and is a breeding ground and nursery for baby sea life and the Outer Reef where the reef meets the great wide ocean.
The Outer Reef grows from the ocean floor towards the surface and is home to larger sea life and hard coral. It is here that you will have an opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the many mysteries of the deep.
Whether you dive, snorkel or watch on from a boat, you will be sure to be amazed by the vibrant colour and movement of this underwater world.