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Opal Reef - is about 8 miles long and is one of the most northerly reefs which is only one of many that make up the Great Barrier Reef. We started at an area called “Beautiful Maureen”, then moved on to another area called “Rayban”....More
Visited on snorkel only Calypso tour boat from Port Douglas. Trip to Opal reef took about 2 hours - luckily in calm seas. Snorkelled at three separate sites over course of the day on Opal reef - with 1 hour of snorkelling at each site...More
Visited the reef today after 15 years and was greatly saddened as to the extensive bleaching , dying of the coral and how the number of fish has dramatically declined due to there loss of habitat. My last visit it was truly a wonderland with...More
We visited the outer reef and snorkelled with Wavelength 3 at Opal Reef. I can't recommend this trip highly enough! The crew were wonderful and Robyn, a marine biologist, guided us to see the most extraordinary sights. A fantastic day!
Before coming to GBR, we read comments on Trip Adviser that there’re so chinese tourists, someone renamed Green Island as “Chinese Island”. Lol! But we didn’t see any of our compadres at Port Douglas🤔
We stayed at Port Douglas for one and a half week...More
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We went on the Calypso. Very good boat, fair price and what I liked best was it seemed to be one of the smaller boats with fewer people. Other boats I saw were much larger and had a lot more people on board, which we try to... More
We went on the Calypso. Very good boat, fair price and what I liked best was it seemed to be one of the smaller boats with fewer people. Other boats I saw were much larger and had a lot more people on board, which we try to avoid at all costs. From my standpoint, Calypso was the best option.