Island Tours– Islands


Island Tours the Great Barrier Reef is home to over 100 islands, each offering something unique and exotic.

The Great Barrier Reef islands are perfect for scuba diving, snorkeling, hiking, and even soaking up the sun on the beaches.

No matter what you choose to do when taking island tours, there are four exciting islands that rank among the most popular islands to visit.


Green Island

Green Island is a popular Great Barrier Reef island that hosts pristine blue water and white sandy beaches.

The island offers a tropical coral cay boasting with marine life.

Green Island provides plenty of excitement both onshore and in the water.

Onshore, you’ll find a tropical rainforest waiting be explored or you can sunbathe on the beautiful beaches.

Or, dive into the water for snorkeling and scuba diving just off shore to experience the Great Barrier Reef.


Fitzroy Island

Fitzroy Island is a Great Barrier Reef island that has hardly been touched by man.

The island is home to the Fitzroy Island National Park, where you’ll find a beautiful rainforest surrounded by energetic fringing reefs.

Fitzroy Island is the perfect place to snorkel and scuba dive, especially if you’re new to diving. When you’re done diving, take a hike to a mountain peak on the island.


Lizard Island

For a more isolated experience, you’ll love Lizard Island. Lizard Island is Australia’s most northern island resort, so less people visit the island when compared to the other islands in the Great Barrier Reef.

At Lizard Island, you’ll benefit from inner and outer reef dives all in one location.

After you’ve explored the amazing reef, soak up the sun on the white sandy beaches or head to the famous Blue Lagoon.


Frankland  Islands

Frankland Islands in the Great Barrier Reef offers an abundance of nature opportunities full of adventure.

From the vibrant coral gardens off shore to the colorful and energetic rainforests, you’ll explore nature at its best.

You’ll see a variety of animals both onshore and off as you discover Frankland Islands.

You can swim with giant clams and sea turtles, then head onshore to trek the rainforest.


Great Barrier Reef islands tours are the prefect getaway opportunity.

You’ll break away from the normal reef trips to head to exotic locations– perfect for snorkeling, scuba diving, hiking, and the most relaxing experience possible.