Wednesday 7 October 2009

Unique time to explore the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the wonders of the natural world and is the world's largest coral reef ecosystem, scattered with beautiful islands and idyllic coral cays.

The Great Barrier Reef area is thriving with wildlife, including dugongs and green turtles, varieties of dolphins and whales and more than 1500 species of fish and abundant bird life.

Voyages’ islands of the Great Barrier Reef offer a unique window into this extraordinary natural wonder. Lizard Island in the north and Heron Island in the south, both located right on the reef,  present the ultimate in diving from leisurely inner reef dives to exhilarating drift dives along channel drop-offs to thrilling night dives.

Located at the southern end of the world-renowned Whitsunday Island Passage is Brampton Island. This beautiful National Park island is surrounded by sparkling azure waters, white sandy beaches and coral gardens.

But the real beauty of holidaying at Lizard, Heron or Brampton Islands is that you get to enjoy the creature comforts and worldly delights of an island resort while experiencing the reef ecosystem in all its glory.

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