Australia Holidays To The Great Barrier Reef
Holidays to Australia simply aren’t complete without somehow experiencing the majesty and natural magnificence of the Great Barrier Reef. Visible from space, the Great Barrier Reef is made up of over 1,200 square miles of thousands of individual reef systems and hundreds of islands. These islands and reefs are in turn home to over 600 different types of corals, many of which can only be found in and around Australia.
However, visiting the great barrier reef as part of family or individual Australia holidays doesn’t necessarily have to involve diving or even getting your feet wet. Of course, Australia is famous for it’s miles of pristine white sand beaches and second to none surf. However, the Great Barrier Reef in Australia is itself one of the world’s most accessible natural wonders.
From snorkelling experiences departing from anywhere from the Whitsundays to Sydney, to glass-bottomed boat excursions, the Great Barrier Reef is one of the easiest of Australia-based natural phenomenon’s for almost anyone to get up close and personal with.
Nothing less than a marvel of natural engineering, children can delight in sunset fish feeding. New and old romantics in the mean time, can depart for most of the year on both day and overnight cruises. Even better, it’s even possible to experience the Great Barrier Reef from the air, either by scenic flight or skydive.
Australia holidays simply aren’t complete without some form of Great Barrier Reef experience. Of course, whether you decide to paddle board out onto the reef from the spectacular beaches of the Whitsundays or parachute over Australia’s foremost natural wonder at Cairns, the most important thing is to experience the area as responsibly as possible. Thankfully then, all of our own travel and activity partners are committed to helping preserve the natural beauty and ecology of the Great Barrier Reef, all you need to do in this case is be mindful of how you explore the reef when diving, snorkelling or even weighing anchor.