Australia’s famous places for diving and watching coral reef (Part 1)

Australia has more than 30,000 km of coastline. Snorkeling and watching corals are the attractive activities which especially loved to do by tourists when coming to kangaroo country.

  1. Green Island

Located in the Northeast of Australia, Green Island is a charming and mysterious paradise. Coming here, besides swimming, you should not forget to try scuba diving and learn about the lives of more than 120 native species such as turtles, birds, corals, fish.

  1. Tangalooma Wrecks, Moreton Island

Fifteen wrecks in 1963 off the coast of Moreton Island, near the Tangalooma resort, formed an artificial reef filled with fish, blue turtles, rays and small Wobbegong sharks.

Although the sight of the Tangalooma wreck has been an exciting experience for many visitors, you can still dive into the sea to explore the lives of tropical corals and marine life. Snorkelling in Tangalooma is the best place for first-time snorkeling experience.

  1. Ningaloo Reef

It is about 260km long. There are over 460 different species of fish and many creatures which come here to find their food at sunset. This is the right place for diving and coral watching activities. Tourists coming Australia can visit this place to explore the ocean.

  1. Rottnest Island

The snorkeling site has clear blue water and limestone reefs with over 4,000 different species of fish and migratory birds that flock to the island foraging throughout the year.

  1. Shoalwater Park

Not far from Perth, Shoalwater Park in Rockingham is home to a range of rare marine life including penguins, sea lions, dolphins, corals. Coming here, you will experience scuba diving and discover the life of these marine creatures.

  1. Jervis Bay (New South Wales),

There are underwater rocks which make the living area for fish and other marine life. Besides, there are seagrass, dolphins, seals and bottlenose whales … the creatures you always wanted to appear on your dive.