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Snorkel Tours

Explore the reef with guided snorkel tours suitable for all needs.


Conducting research on the World Heritage Great Barrier Reef.


Offering immersive, educational experiences on the Great Barrier Reef.





Our knowledgeable and passionate Marine Biologists are experts in storytelling, they have a unique way of interpreting the reef, and making biology fun!

Suitable for all ages and needs, explore our diverse reef sites through our Snorkel Experience and Snorkel Safari Tours.

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Reef Cooperative – Cotton On Foundation and Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef Initiative

Cotton On Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Cotton On Group, has committed $2 million to Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef to co-launch a world-first conservation project; โ€˜The Reef Cooperativeโ€™. This will establish a collaborative working model to scale up conservation efforts on the Great Barrier Reef.

The new partnership, coordinated by Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef, brings together Traditional Owners Yirrganydji Land and Sea Rangers, reef scientists from James Cook University, reef restoration experts Mars Sustainable Solutions and leading tourism operator GBR Biology.

An Aussie icon, the Great Barrier Reef is home to some of the largest carbon sinks in the world and over 5,000 marine species. However the story of the Great Barrier Reef is nuanced, with some areas remaining pristine and others severely affected by mass bleaching, the latest of which took place in March of this year, as well as cyclones and crown-of-thorns starfish. What is clear is that the Great Barrier Reef needs our help.

What Our Customers have to Say

Amazing tour! Seen a lot of reef, corals and great amount of fish and turtles. Snorkel safari is highly recommended as it's an amazing experience for ocean lovers like me

Mirjana R

This was an amazing adventure with stunning snorkeling of the reef and fish.

Julia T

Great experience, friendly and knowledgeable crew. The reef was amazing, recognition of cultural traditions, sharing of knowledge and guided tour of the reef made the trip a great experience.

Natalie H

Marine biologists were informative and helpful. Worth getting a personal snorkelling tour around the coral.

Angus R
We respectfully acknowledge First Australians, the traditional owners of Country throughout Australia. We recognise their continuing culture, their contribution and connection to land, waters and community, and we pay our respect to elders past, present and emerging.