Australia is known for its unusual animals, rich marine life, fascinating culture, Crocodile Dundee, Vegemite and very distinctive accents. But when it comes to visiting below the ocean’s surface, one particular part of its marine heritage stands out above all others: The Great Barrier Reef. Rated as both Australia’s and one of the world’s top scuba destinations, diving the Great Barrier Reef should be at the top of any true dive enthusiasts’ must-do list of places to visit. Other highlights in Australia include destinations like the much sought after Rowley Shoals in Western Australia, and great white shark cage diving in South Australia.

Australia’s climate and beautiful coastline make it the perfect place to spend time on the water.

Join a cruise for the ultimate Australian holiday experience, see the Great Barrier Reef from Cairns or discover Australia’s ancient outback on an expedition to the remarkable Kimberley region or Cape York and Arnhem Land. 

A visit to the Great Barrier Reef is an experience you will never forget. An incredible underwater world will be revealed to you at numerous exclusive reef sites – become a lazy beachcomber or an inquisitive adventurer on an island-hopping voyage of discovery. Water safaris allow guests to snorkel and swim over a pristine and seldom visited section of reef, alive with corals and teeming with myriads of tropical fish. Discover the heartland of Australia’s northernmost unspoiled outback on an exciting small ship expedition. The Kimberley is a completely unique experience – explore secluded beaches and river inlets – waters famous for an abundance of wildlife. From spectacular waterfalls and awe inspiring gorges, to ancient cultural history and indigenous rock art, the only way you can access the best of the Kimberley is from the sea.