The Great Barrier Reef needs little introduction, but the
Lizard Island might. The island is tucked away, far from the
madding crowds, in the quieter northern reaches of the Great
Barrier Reef. Enjoy the pristine reefs, private beaches and the
only luxury resort located directly on the Great Barrier Reef -
this is true luxury diving.
Australia is famed for the Great Barrier Reef, but it's not the
country's only barrier reef...
Ningaloo Reef. The west coast of Australia witnesses the
migration of dolphins, dugongs, manta rays and humpback whales.
Throw in regular whale shark encounters, and it's hard to see why
the Ningaloo barrier reef gets fewer headlines than its east-coast
sibling. While the west coast of Australia is perfect for those
seeking to get away from it all, the island retreat of
Lord Howe Island can offer the same tranquillity from the east
coast. Sitting three hundred miles offshore, Lord Howe Island is a
sub-tropical paradise that boasts some unique marine life. From the
Lord Howe Island butterflyfish to the bizarre looking Lord Howe
Double-Header wrasse, the diverse waters surrounding the island
coupled with some of the world's best day hikes and white sand
beaches above the surface make Lord Howe Island a top choice for a
luxury diving getaway in Australia...