Eastern Australia has many highlights with its Great Barrier Reef, but also more south are great dive spots:
  • Osprey Reef: a remote diving site, 110 kilometers from the Great Barrier Reef, which offers great visibility and some of the best shark action in the country
  • Ribbon Reefs: a beautiful and more quiet diving site in the northern part of the Great Barrier Reef
  • Cod Hole: a great diving site located on the northern part of the Great Barrier Reef, where you can swim with the giant potato cod
  • Lady Elliot Island: a perfect gateway for the southern parts of the Great Barrier Reef, with excellent visibility and a great manta ray population
  • Heron Island: a beautiful and very accessible diving site located on the southern part of the Great Barrier Reef
  • Flinders Reef: a beautiful reef with an amazing 119 species of coral and 175 species of fish
  • Yongala Shipwreck: Australia’s greatest shipwreck, home to a large variety of marine inhabitants.
Western Australia has some great highlights that compete with the best divespots in the world:
  • Ningaloo Reef: world’s largest fringing reef and home to spectacular marine life, including whale sharks, humpback whales, dugongs, turtles and manta rays
  • Rottnest Island: a limestone island with a stunning maze of swim-throughs and caverns
  • Christmas Island: deep waters filled with cliffs, caves and marine life, including reef sharks and red crabs