Snorkelling and diving

Whether it is snorkelling or scuba-diving, when you take that first plunge into the ocean, you’ll quickly become addicted to the underwater world! The Great Barrier Reef is Australia’s greatest drawcard for snorkellers and divers, no matter if you’re experienced or a beginner. We can help you to discover some of the world’s most diverse marine life and coral reefs.


Brilliant Experiences

Magnetic - Snorkel

If you love snorkelling, then a trip to Magnetic Island with its warm, crystal clear waters is a ‘must do’. Your local guide will take you on an unforgettable island nature experience and show you sights that are only accessible by boat. Explore the native marine life and stunning corals, and enjoy the experience of a catch and release fishing activity.

Magnetic - Dive

Dive one of the top 10 rated Wreck dives in the world, the 110m S.S. Yongala. As it is the only large structure in the region, the marine life that gathers at the wreck is spectacular. Apart from thousands of tropical fish, you’ll see turtles, sea snakes, giant trevally, Queensland gropers, eagle rays, and sharks.

Nth Stradbroke Island

Just a few hundred metres from shore, are some of the best dive sites in South East Queensland. The reefs surrounding Point Lookout are home to turtles, dolphins, whales, manta rays and reef fish. There are numerous dive sites perfect for both Summer and Winter diving, making it perfect all year round.

Rottnest Island

Snorkelling on Rottnest Island is absolutely amazing, with many stunning beaches and calm bays to choose from. You’ll view some unique marine creatures and see tropical corals in the magical underwater world.

Kangaroo Island

Ever dreamt of swimming with wild dolphins or frolicking with friendly seals? Snorkel Kangaroo Island’s pristine coastline for a truly unforgettable underwater experience with these playful marine locals.