The Great Barrier Reef is made up of more than 3000 individual reef systems and 71 coral cays. It is a living ecosystem that supports the greatest concentration of life on the planet. The Great Barrier Reef stretches for more than 3000km (1800 miles) almost parallel to the Queensland coast, from near the coastal town of Bundaberg, up past the tip of Cape York. The reef is between 15 kilometres and 150 kilometres off shore and is about 65 Km wide at the widest point.
The divesites at Milln Reef, Thetford Reef, Pellowe Reef and Flynn Reef offer the very best of Great Barrier Reef scuba diving for all levels of divers and snorkellers
Detailed dive site maps and descriptions are available for the following reefs: