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This article is designed to let you know what else there is to do 1770 and Agnes Water after you visit the Great Barrier Reef.
At Lady Musgrave Island A Great Barrier Reef visitor experience can be enjoyed any time of the year and we’re going to share with you why.
Come with us and visit one of the most beautiful ladies on the whole Great Barrier Reef. It’s absolutely true – Lady Musgrave Island – with clear, pristine waters of the lagoon, almost 10 kilometres of reef wall and embraced within her arms
Lady Musgrave Island the illusive octopus and it’s surroundings at Lady Musgrave Island visit the prestine waters and full of life reef with us at 1770reef.
When the Flying Fish is fully grown it can measure up to 20 – 25 centimeters in length and their pectoral fins can be as big as the size of the wings of some birds.
Wobbegong Shark, We are bringing up this variety of shark because in the last couple of months some of our lucky snorkelers have been able to spot one of these little guys lurking around in our snorkel zone.
Lady Musgrave Island while always amazing does have some extra special things that happen at Christmas time, from coral Spawning to Turtles nesting and birds nesting in the Pisonia Trees.
Organ Pipe Coral is a SOFT coral that just happens to have a calcium carbonate outer skeleton that forms just like the pipes found at Lady Musgrave Island.
Whats New! 1770reef's Reef Jet! Yes she has arrived at the 1770 Marina our new vessel to take you to your dream destination. What is Your favorite destination Lady Musgrave Island The Town of 1770 is the closest access to Lady Musgrave Island and the outer Great...
We have received the 2018 TripAdvisor CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE for our tour to Lady Musgrave Island from the Town of 1770.
How was Lady Musgrave Island Created? Believe it or not, the “land” that forms the Great Barrier Reef is the remains of sediments of the Great Dividing Range (Australia’s largest mountain range). It extends over 2500 kilometres along the coast line of Queensland. Wow...
Lady Musgrave Island – Gateway to the Southern Great Barrier Reef. 1770reef provides you with the closest access to Lady Musgrave Island being just a short boat trip out fro the Town of 1770 to Lady Musgrave Island, Reef and Lagoon. The Town of 1770/Agnes Water is...
The town of Bundaberg in Queensland is approximately one and a half hours drive from Town of 1770
We all love “Nemo” at Lady Musgrave Island The Great 8! Number #3 on the list of Great 8 are our beautiful Clown Fish and notably well known around the world “Nemo”. Boy or Girl? All Clown Fish are born. These very social fish live together with a dominant female....
The gracefulness of the Manta Ray is truly a thing of beauty. They are a giant of the ocean and can reach a disc size of up to 7metres, averaging around 4.5 metres.
Humpback, Dwarf Minke, False Killer, Killer, Short-Finned Pilot, Sperm and various Beaked Whales can all be seen in the Great Barrier Reef and around Lady Musgrave Island in season. With the Humpback Whale being the most commonly sighted species of whale on the Great Barrier Reef.
The Giant Clam is found at our very own Lady Musgrave Island Lagoon part of the Southern Great Barrier Reef, with the Giant Clam earing its spot at number 5, alongside the likes of Whales, Manta Rays, Clown Fish, Sharks, Potato Cod, Maori Wrasse and Turtles.
#23 Queensland top 100 Bucket List with news/experienceoz #23 - Snorkel the Lady Musgrave Island lagoon Where is it? 80km north-east of Bundaberg, QLD Host to the Great Barrier Reef's largest lagoon and one of the best overall budget options for those looking to get a...