Breaking Patches

Breaking Patches is a shallow patch of reef just west of Michaelmas Cay and is about 42km Northeast of Cairns. The World Underwater This beautiful coral garden sits in less than 14m of water. It is, therefore, an excellent location for duck diving. The shallow nature of the Breaking Patches...

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Hastings Reef

Hastings Reef is a Patch Reef shaped like a horseshoe. It's about 50km Northeast of Cairns which classifies it as an Outer Reef. The average depth is 13m on the bottom, therefore making this one of the shallower sites on the Outer Reef. Also, the top of the reef (called...

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Michaelmas Cay

Michaelmas Cay provides a beautiful, safe haven in rough conditions. Here divers will find a sheltered, clear and calm space of beautiful coral gardens safe for both snorkelling and diving. Michaelmas Cay is famous for it’s protected seabird sanctuary, with 27 000 migratory birds making it their home. It is...

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Flynn Reef

Flynn Reef offers dive sites unlike any other with swim-throughs, expansive coral fields, overhangs, wall dives and a vast collection of marine life. The hard coral is home to many sea creatures that you can swim with when diving this one of a kind destination in Cairns. Flynn Reef is...

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Norman Reef

Norman Reef is easily one of the most prized snorkelling and diving destinations out of Cairns

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Jorgensen Patch

There are walls, gullies, small caves, overhangs and swim-throughs that are in the area. Jorgensen Patch has a sandy bottom where you will find sea cucumbers and blue-spotted rays and giant clams. You can also observe whitetip reef sharks, schools of damsels and fusiliers.

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