Holidays that are spent upon the beautiful Great Barrier Reef will be filled with adventure, memories, fun and excitement. There is something for all ages when you come to the World Heritage Listed environment and experience a holiday like never before.
More than 2900 individual reefs and 71 coral islands make up the Great Barrier Reef, with access being from many of the towns and cities that dot the Queensland coastline as well as many of the fabulous island resorts that you can stay at. You can choose to stay at one of the resorts, or maybe you just want to do a day trip out to the reef or even organise your own charter vessel to cruises around at your own pace.
GREAT BARRIER REEF ISLANDS
The Great Barrier Reef is listed in the World heritage trust and is now managed by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Authority. This should ensure that generations of tourists from around the world should be able to enjoy the park in future years. This region is an international icon in the scuba diving world.
While on any one of the beautiful islands you can take part in horse riding, bush walking, hiking, wire flying and so much more. Every island offers a range of different and exciting attractions and activities to entice you to stay and will have you never wanting to leave!
Hamilton Island is a paradise for a holiday in the Whitsundays region. it boasts the highest quality accommodation of any island resort in the region.which includes the reef View Hotel, Qualia resort and the Hamilton Island yacht Club Villas.
Airlie Beach Accommodation. In the northern section of the Great barrier Reef the tourist towns of Cairns, and neighbouring Port Douglas both are host to tens of thousands of international visitors who come to the region to see and dive on the reef. Cairns international airport welcomes visitors from hundreds of international destinations.
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most sought after holiday destinations in the world so why don’t you start planning your dream holiday…. you deserve a holiday in paradise!
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