Wall of coral where sharks come cruising by and barracuda surround you. You are guaranteed to see big stuff here and lots of it.
An upwelling means this splendid wall dive is favoured by pelagics. Expect to see sharks, barracuda, eagle rays, Napoleon wrasse, snappers.
The Yongala is a shipwreck off the coast of Queensland. Full of marine life you may see manta rays, sea snakes.
Thistlegorm (Blue Thistle) was attacked from the air and sunk in 1941 whilst carrying a cargo of war supplies: rifles, motor bikes.
Three dives in one: anemone city, shark reef with its spectacular drop off and the wreck of the Yolanda.
Underwater lights placed on the ocean floor attract infinite amounts of plankton, which in turn attract the huge, yet beautiful.
30 m visibility coming over the bathwater warm reef of vibrant colors, descending into a cool, deep blue hole.
This wreck is very popular with photographers as it is totally encrusted in anemone, gorgonians and corals.
Extending 300 m from shore, the T-shaped structure is 300 m wide, including two outlying "dolphins" (platforms for larger ships to tie up to)
A horse shoe of rocky pinnacles just breaks the surface at low tide. Famous for whale shark sighting.