Quicksilver Pontoon Agincourt Reef


Great Barrier Reef Ocean Swim Series September

4 September 2022

Event Details

Take part in an ocean swim on the Great Barrier Reef. The swims will depart from the Quicksilver pontoon on Moore Reef (50kms from Cairns) on Sunday 4th September, and on Agincourt Reef (70kms from Port Douglas) on Saturday 22nd October.

Enjoy a full day out on the reef with Quicksilver that includes briefings, warm-up, the race, merchandise packages, photography, lunch, a semi-submarine tour, snorkelling, scuba diving, presentations and drinks.

All swimmers must be competition swimmers and able to comfortably swim the distances entered. No buoyancy or swimming aids, such as fins, snorkels or pull buoys are permitted on the 3km or 5km swims, or the relay. The 1km Swim the Reef event does allow the use of these swimming aids.

Sunday 4th September – Moore Reef, departs Cairns

3km Classic

5km Classic


Saturday 22nd October – Agincourt Reef, departs Port Douglas

1km Swim the Reef

3km Classic

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    Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

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