Great Barrier Reef

Snorkelling on Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world's most important natural assets. It is the largest natural feature in the world, stretching more than 2,300km along the coast of Queensland. Port Hinchinbrook is the perfect launching point from which to see this fantastic coral reef.

The Brook Islands are the most popular coral reef in close proximity to Port Hinchinbrook Resort with its beauty equal to that of the outer reefs. The coral formations around these islands have been identified as being the oldest and largest single formations yet to be found on the Great Barrier Reef.

The reefs have been protected by National Parks and the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority for many years and are in pristine condition. The combination of magnificent coral formations and teeming fish life due to a total ban on all types of fishing on the reef surrounding these islands make it a premier snorkelling location.

Charters can be arranged from Port Hinchinbrook Resort so you can enjoy this natural wonder of the world up close and personal. Snorkeling and Scuba diving tours available.