Australia’s famous places for diving and watching coral reef (Part 2)

  1. Busselton Jetty

The town of Busselton in Western Australia with a 2km long coastline is a destination that you cannot miss. Coming here to dive, you will be delighted to see the coral reefs as well as 300 species of marine life.

  1. Lord Howe Island (New South Wales)

Lord Howe tropical island is located in Tasman Sea which is famous for its beautiful scenery, heart of Pacific Ocean, suitable place for snorkelling. Just 2 hours from Sydney or Brisbane, Lord Howe Island is a green paradise with tropical forests, white sand beaches and turquoise sea.

In addition to the large coral reef, Lord Howe Island also has incredible waterways and volcanoes that attract visitors passionate about exploring nature. Diving here, you will be extremely excited to see the colorful fish and fun turtles.

  1. Abrolhos Islands

The Abrolhos Islands are made up of 122 small islands and are a popular tourist attraction. The archipelago is also home to a range of birds and marine life. One of the most fascinating activities when visiting the Abrolhos Islands is scuba diving.

  1. Low Isle

Not far from Port Douglas, Low Isle archipelago is famous for its beautiful white sand like paradise, lush tropical forests all year round. You should visit Low Isle and do not miss the opportunity to dive and see the lovely sea turtles.

  1. Yongala

Professional divers claim that scuba diving in Yongala is one of the most beautiful places in the world.

S.S. Boat Yongala sunken off Australia in 1911 was discovered in 1958, today the wreckage of the ship has become home to marine species, such as grouper, shark and rays.

Going to scuba diving in Yongala in the winter can get a chance to see whales and humpback whales.

  1. Heron Island (Queensland)

This is home to colorful coral reefs and a large number of turtles in Australia.