Whether you wish to observe or dive in, there is a multitude of ways to experience the majesty of this natural living wonder. Are you adventurous and confident in the water? Or do you prefer to stay dry and observe? Discover some of your options in the lists below.
Learning to snorkel opens up a whole new world of outdoor adventure.
Australian sea lions can be found in the waters off the small islands of Jurien Bay, WA.
From snorkeling to hiking, there are a variety of adventures on offer at Tasmania’s Bruny Island.
Island adventures in a Fijian archipelago that time and tourism are yet to spoil.
This World Heritage-listed island is a haven for nature experiences. Here are the top things to do
See spring wildflowers and swim with sea lions on a visit to this relaxed town on the Coral Coast.
You don’t need to have a scuba diving certificate to enjoy the best of Australia’s reefs. Here are the best snorkel sites.
The roll-out of Australia’s second-largest marine park has begun in the Kimberley, Western Australia.
Dive headfirst into New Caledonia, where a French paradise awaits water-lovers just two hours off Australia’s east coast.