Reef Magic Heli
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Reef Magic Cruises

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    1 Spence Street Cairns Reef Fleet Terminal
    Cairns, Queensland 4870, Australia

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Reef Magic Cruises

Australian owned Reef Magic Cruises fast catamaran ensures less time is spent travelling and longer actually at the reef – a full five hours. Suitable for all ages and swimming abilities from the novice snorkeller to the most discerning diver.

Guests enjoy the largest range of reef activities in a relaxed, friendly and personalised atmosphere. Water activities include unlimited snorkelling, guided snorkel tours with a Marine Biologist, a range of world class diving options plus the new SEABOB jet snorkelling experience!

For the non-swimmer, join a semi-submersible coral/fish viewing tour, glass bottom boat tour or visit the underwater reef viewing observatory, climb aboard a reef-scenic helicopter flight, or simply relax on a sun-lounge and let your day drift by – no rush, no crowds. Morning/afternoon tea plus an extensive hot/cold buffet lunch is included in your day. Experience the Magic!

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Reef Magic Cruises

1 Spence Street Cairns Reef Fleet Terminal
Cairns,
Queensland 4870, Australia

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