Frankland Island Reef Cruises
Why choose Frankland Island Reef Cruises for your ultimate Great Barrier Reef cruise experience? The tour includes a river cruise with commentary and reef and island experience with a maximum of 100 people. Visiting Normanby Island, a National Park part coral cay continental island with a healthy and vibrant surrounding coral reef community. They are the only commercial operator allowed to visit the totally uninhabited Frankland Islands. The tour has the shortest open water crossing and a staff to customer ratio is an average of eight-to-one. Protection suits are available free of charge with passenger safety as their priority. You will also have an expert marine biologist on-hand to explain the Frankland Island’s unique ecosystem.
The Frankland islands are located further south of Cairns than Fitzroy and Green Islands and easily within reach of Mission Beach, Innisfail and Tully. Bus pickups are available from Cairns and the Northern Beaches. Optional activities include: diving – introductory and certified, See Doo – sea scooter, stand up paddle boards and kayaks, adventure snorkelling safari, semi-submersible tour and a guided island discovery tour.
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