• Great Barrier Reef Tours.

    World’s largest coral reef system composed of over 2,900 individual reefs
    and 900 islands stretching for over 2,300 kilometres.

  • Great Barrier Reef Tours

    World’s largest coral reef system composed of over 2,900 individual reefs
    and 900 islands stretching for over 2,300 kilometres

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Half Day Jet Boat Cruise to Hastings Reef

from $120

Do you want to snorkel in the Outer Great Barrier Reef, surrounded by the most exotic coral reefs and marine species but have limited time? This tour is perfect for you, departs Cairns at 11.00am and returns at 4.15pm. We guarantee you won’t miss a thing. You will have 2.5 hours of snorkelling the Outer Great Barrier Reef at Hastings […]

Reef Cruise to Green Island

from $97

Spend 5 hours on wonderful Green Island. This is enough time to chill on the beach and think about nothing or join in the many activities available.  The reef is right near the beach, you will be swimming with the tropical fish in no time at all. If you prefer to stay on land, there are great walks through the […]

Panorama Tour – Great Barrier Reef, Whitehaven Beach and Whitsunday Islands

from $650

Imagine seeing the best of the Whitsundays in 4.50 mins from a seaplane, this tour delivers! You have the thrill of flying over the Whitsundays, the Great Barrier Reef looks more spectacular from above. You land at Whitehaven Beach and have time to swim at one of the best beach in the world. You won’t want to leave! Time to […]

Wavedancer – Low Isles from Port Douglas

from $205

Low Isles is located on the Great Barrier Reef, just 15 km from Port Douglas. A large coral cay surrounded by an enormous reef is what makes this part of the reef one of the best snorkelling locations on the Great Barrier Reef. The tour has marine biologists onboard to teach and show you all the beauty of the reef. […]


There are many different ways to experience the Great Barrier Reef
Choose a liveaboard cruise

Many experienced divers choose a liveaboard cruise to visit the ribbon reefs of the Coral Sea. One of the best known locations for this is the Cod Hole.

Overnight sailing cruises

Overnight sailing cruises are also very popular and most of these are available in the Whitsundays. These are a great way to combine the Great Barrier Reef with islands, magical sunsets and meal time stories shared with people from all over the world.

Take a cruise to one of the Great Barrier Reef islands

Take a cruise to one of the Great Barrier Reef islands or coral cays located a short distance from the coast. The most popular of these are Whitehaven Beach, Fitzroy Island, Green Island and Low Isles.

Take a scenic flight to and over it in a helicopter or seaplane

You can take a scenic flight to and over it in a helicopter or seaplane. Such flights are readily available from both Cairns and Airlie Beach with prices starting from less than A$400.

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What People Are Saying about Great Barrier Reef
Book the Nautiliusaviation & Great Barrier Reef Excursion. Absolutely wonderful. Helicopter was updated, clean, & I felt comfortable with the pilot. He did talk only to lady sitting next to him. I’d/we’d like to have been on the conversation. The GBR platform was large, but crowded. Had a guitar/singing performer that was quite good. Buffet would’ve been great, but large group hogged everything. I mean everything. Like vultures on dead meat. Staff couldn’t/wouldn’t say anything. Reef was amazing. I thought better than Airlie Beach. I felt more relaxed here. Price was really good for what we did. Only issue. Pick up spot. It said at the dock. But it was at the front steps of the dock. Then I had to call, because it was a shuttle bus & driver was too lazy to get off & yell my name. The lit up sign on front of bus gave a quick notice of it being for us. Someone should’ve come to the steps where we were told to wait. Besides that. Absolutely amazing. Timing was perfect. Did this 1st day in Cairns. 2nd day did the Skyrail Train. Totally different, but just as interesting.
Barbara Mittendorf
May 2019
My wife and I are experienced divers and had an opportunity to visit the Great Barrier Reef this Feb. We booked for 3nights, 2 days. The diving was great!
Kyle R.
April 2019
We had a great guide on our tour snorkelling and kayaking. It was good we did a variety of stuff and not just the snorkelling. The weather made for poor visibility. While snorkelling which is something that the guide cannot possibly help. The whole process was easy and enjoyable.
Claire Bremner
March 2019

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    • Best time to visit
    • April – May:
      Many juvenile fish and sharks are visible for the first time.
    • June – October:
      Whale migration. The most popular time to visit the reef.
    • October – December:
      Coral Spawning
    • November – March:
      Manta Rays become more active and the turtles begin nesting and hatching.
    • School Holidays:
      You should book a little earlier

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