Breaking Patches

Breaking Patches is a shallow reef only 16 metres maximum depth, Breaking Patches is a sea of hard and soft coral including Staghorn coral, Black Coral Trees and Sea Fans. Sensational diving and snorkeling, home to many angelfish, lion fish and parrot fish. An exciting fact for Reef Experience, Reef...

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Hastings Reef

South of Norman and Saxon Reefs is a 10 square kilometre patch of spectacular corals and exotic fish known as Hastings Reef. Hastings Reef has Large pinnacles range from 0-18 metres and are covered in various types of coral including fire, plate, pillar and brain corals. Hastings Reef,’s Coral gardens...

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Norman Reef

Norman Reef is located 70 kilometres off the east coast of Australia on the very outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef along the continental shelf. Our furthest North Outer Barrier Reef location, Norman Reef is easily one of the most prized snorkelling and diving destinations out of Cairns. Norman...

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Saxon Reef

Saxon Reef is a patch reef on the Outer Barrier Reef. It is located approximately 55km Northeast of Cairns.  Boasting a wide variety of marine life, common sightings at Saxon Reef include: white-tip reef sharks, diagonally-banded sweetlips, barramundi cod, and dozens of species of wrasse, parrotfish and butterflyfish. The lagoon...

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Jorgensen Patch

There are wall, gullies, small caves, overhangs and swim-throughs that can be found in the area. With sandy bottoms that have giant clams. There are sea cucumbers and bluespotted rays on the sandy bottoms as well as the giant clams. You can also observe whitetip sharks, schools of damsels and...

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