Great Barrier Reef Australia
The Great Barrier Reef is of such pristine condition that it was listed as
by the World Heritage Trust as a protected site and is therefore managed by
the Great Barrier Reef Marine Authority to ensure that its beauty is maintained
for many generations to come.
Resorts right on the Great Barrier Reef
Green Island Resort
A coral cay, a luxury resort, a natural wonderland unlike any other - Green Island Resort on the Great Barrier Reef is one of the most unique and memorable destinations in Tropical North Queensland. Indulgence,.....
Lizard Island Resort
Lizard Island is one of a kind - a work of nature's art. Located right on the Great Barrier Reef. It is a private paradise with 24 powdery white beaches......
Heron Island Resort
Heron Island Resort is famous around the world for it's resort, diving and snorkelling - in fact over half of all guests are from overseas......
Lady Elliot Island Resort
Lady Elliot Island is a Coral Cay of 42 Hectares (100 acres) in area with a low key 49 room resort situated on the Great Barrier Reef. .....
Wilson Island Resort
This tiny coral cay is both part of the Great Barrier Reef and surrounded by it, its pristine waters host to an unimaginable variety of marine life including coral and fish.
Orpheus Island Resort
Orpheus Island Resort is a island resort located right on the Great Barrier Reef providing luxury island resort accommodation and reef activities......
Great Barrier Reef
The waters of the Great Barrier Reef provide the world's busiest and most
varied marine habitats. Marine life is in abundance and perfect for diving and
snorkelling. The varied colours of the reef's fish and other marine life will
astound the visitor with colour combinations that artists haven't even dreamed
Several islands of the Great Barrier Reef are built on coral cays and many
have their own fringing reef and national parks are common on the islands and
park rules apply. Island resort activities vary according to the locale and
style of each resort. Typical activities are swimming, snorkelling, scuba diving,
coral viewing, reef walking, sailing, yacht charter, jet skiing, parasailing,
sailboarding, kayaking, catamarans, canoes, big game fishing and whale watching in Queensland.