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Where to stay near Great Barrier Reef

Exploring Great Barrier Reef

Boat trips to the outer part of the Great Barrier Reef and the Low Isles run daily from Port Douglas and are typically packed with divers, snorkellers, and visitors eager to views its wonders through a glass-bottomed boat. One of the world’s most famous UNESCO World Heritage sites, this natural wonder and its marine life are one of Australia’s essential attractions. The two Low Isles are coral atoll dream destinations with their lagoons, mangrove forests, and lovely beaches.

Accommodation near Great Barrier Reef

Accommodation ranges across all types, from backpacker style, to private and boutique accommodation, to four and five star hotels and resorts. Whatever your budget and your needs, you will not be dissappointed by the choices this region has to offer. Recommended accommodation include the Turtle Cove Beach Resort - Gay & Lesbian Only, Ellis Beach Oceanfront Bungalows - Campground and The Sebel Palm Cove Coral Coast.

Sightseeing near Great Barrier Reef

Before or after diving through the beautiful Great Barrier Reef, you may also want to stop by Hartley's Crocodile Adventures. This is the ideal place to see crocodiles. But in addition, you will also be able to see an array of wildlife, including tropical birds, reptiles and insects. This park also offers many educational shows to teach visitors about wildlife, conservation and sustainability.

Transportation near Great Barrier Reef

There are no direct flights to the Great Barrier Reef, but Virgin Blue and Jetstar ( fly from Brisbane, Cairns, Sydney & Melbourne to Hamilton Island and Proserpine (Whitsunday Coast). From Cairns or Brisbane you can travel by water taxi or seaplane to your island destination.