Great Barrier Reef

  • The most incredible place to picnic

    Don’t you love a good tease? First the travel TV shows, then the endless Instagram feed, not to mention the glossy magazine pictures of exotic tropical locations. It’s time to stop imagining and start planning – the perfect picnic at Vlasoff Cay is awaiting you.

  • Swim with dwarf minke whales

    The Great Barrier Reef is the only place in the world that you can swim with dwarf minke whales: an experience so exclusive it only happens for two months of the year and only in Tropical North Queensland.

  • Ocean Spirit Cruises

    Ocean Spirit Cruises offers daily cruises to magnificent Great Barrier Reef departing from the port of Cairns. Sail aboard their [more…]

  • Sleep under the stars on the reef

    Is the Great Barrier Reef at the top of your travel bucket list? How about seeing the uninterrupted Southern night skies? Sunlover by Starlight gives you 48 hours of wanderlust-inducing experiences tied with a bow of exclusive reef tours, scrumptious food and five-star treatment.

  • Marine Biologist For A Day – Inspiring The Next Generation of Reef Warriors

    Ever wondered what it’s like to be a marine biologist on the Great Barrier Reef? Sunlover Reef Cruises’ Marine Biologist For a Day Program allows future generations to literally dive into the role.

  • Ways you can help the Great Barrier Reef

    The Great Barrier Reef is an extraordinary mosaic of coloured corals spotted with curious creatures. While the threats to its future are real and immediate, it’s important to know that there are many things you can do to help.

  • Divers Den

    Divers Den has been proudly operating for over 40 years, we are not only one of the largest but also [more…]

  • Diving 101 – Everything you need to know about scuba diving

    Have you ever dreamed of scuba diving the Great Barrier Reef? Just imagine sinking down into the warm waters, exploring coral gardens and seeing this wondrous world through the eyes of a fish. Learning to scuba dive is easy and is your passport to a brave new world. Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about learning to Scuba Dive.

  • 12 Famous residents of the Great Barrier Reef

    Only 12 residents? There’s probably a gazillion of them, but let’s start things slowly shall we. It’s not easy to keep track of every single one of the Great Barrier Reef’s inhabitants but here are some of the most famous ones in Tropical North Queensland.

  • 5 Dreamy sand cays you must visit on the Great Barrier Reef

    We’ve all seen those gorgeous wisps of whiteness poking out from an azure sea on Great Barrier Reef. But what are they? More importantly, where are they? And how can we get a piece of sand cay action? I’m here to reveal all.