Introductory diving requires no previous diving experience. If you are able to swim, you can usually dive. The only requirement is that you are 15 years old or more and you’ll need to fill out some paperwork.
Whilst you are on your way to the Great Barrier reef, you will be given a briefing from Licenced Padi Dive Instructors outlining what is involved. Your experience will be safe and unforgettable.
On arrival at the reef, you will practice on the surface first. Then, once you are comfortable with your skills, you’ll practice again a few feet below. Finally, when you’re ready, it’ll be time to dive.
If you’re already an experienced scuba diver, bring along your credentials, as we have a special deal for you.
An underwater oasis is waiting to be discovered as you pop on your snorkel and mask to reveal one of the Great Barrier Reef’s biggest swimming pools at Lady Musgrave Island.
The protected lagoon is truly unique on this coral cay island, where you can play castaway on a camping adventure or take the day trip to have a great memory in this unique experience.
Lady Musgrave Island is a 14 hectares (35 acres) coral cay on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, with a 1,192 hectares (2,950 acres) surrounding reef.
The island is the second island in the Great Barrier Reef chain of islands (with the first being Lady Elliot Island), and is most easily reached from the Town of 1770, Queensland, located approximately 5 hours north of Brisbane.
The Island is named for the wife of Sir Anthony Musgrave, a colonial governor of Queensland.
Lady Musgrave Island, and the immediate surrounds, is a national park and can be reached by excursion boat from the Town of 1770. It is also part of the Capricornia Cays Important Bird Area.
Lady Musgrave island is also referred to as Wallaginji by local Australian Aboriginal tribes. The name Wallaginji means beautiful reef. Courtesy Wikipedia.