Now’s your time to say hello to the world’s largest reef system. Cruise towards the Great Barrier Reef on your next visit to Cairns. You can try snorkelling or scuba diving and be as close as you can get. Let our friends from Great Adventures offer you an absolutely memorable way to experience this beauty. Escape on board a modern, comfortable and very safe high-speed catamaran. Cruise across the beautiful ocean all the way to Great Adventures multi-level pontoon. Get ready to set your sights to a whole new world of breathtaking sceneries of coral gardens and marine life on the outer reef. We at Marlin Cove Resort invite you to escape to a beautiful world filled with wonders. Check out the itinerary:
9:30 AM – Check-in at Great Adventures Reservations Counter at the Cairns Reef Fleet Terminal
10:00 AM – Vessel boarding (Complimentary tea and coffee served on board vessel until departure)
10:30 AM – Depart Reef Fleet Terminal for the Outer Great Barrier Reef platform via Green Island
11:20 AM – Morning tea and cake selection served during outward journey from Green Island
During your journey to the reef, a Reef Presentation is shown on the vessel’s monitors. There will also be a snorkelling demonstration by the crew. Semi-submersible tours depart every 30 minutes. You can also snorkel directly from the platform. Underwater observatory is open throughout the day for coral and fish viewing.
1:00-2:30 PM – Buffet Lunch
3:30 PM – Re-board vessel
3:45 PM – Depart Great Barrier Reef Platform
5:30 PM – Arrive at Cairns Reef Fleet Terminal
A scrumptious buffet lunch awaits you and your loved ones upon arriving at the pontoon. Get access to our bar facilities, relax at our sun deck, freely use of our change rooms with freshwater showers, snorkel and scuba diving facilities with a semi-submerged platform. If swimming or snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef simply aren’t what float your boat, you can opt to explore the underwater observatory. This Great Barrier Reef Day Tour from Cairns is a great day outdoors perfect for couples, families or friends.
Bringing your kids? No worries. For your information, children three years and below are free of charge. Meanwhile, children of four to 14 years old are charged at child rate. For more information, you may visit www.great-barrier-reef.com. Don’t forget to pack your sunscreen, swimwear and coverups to protect you from the hot day ahead.
Image Source : Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park