Great Barrier Reef
|October 8, 2011||Posted by Bedroom Checker under Destination Guides||
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
The world’s largest marine park stretches more than 2300 km along the clear, shallow waters off the northeast coast of Australia. An extraordinary variety of species thrieve in its tropical water, including 400 types of coral, 1500 species of fish and 400 types of molluse. An armada of tour boats shuttles snorkellers and divers to and from shore, Providing myriad services and tours.
Great Barrier Reef is a must see in North Queensland, if you want to visit the reef, but someone in your party does not wish to get into the water, these trips are ideal for you. The trips not only visit the reef, but also include visits to islands or large floating platforms that offer attractions such as underwater observatories, glass-bottomed boats, beaches, and the like.