For all the intricate marine life you witness during the day on the Great Barrier Reef, you can’t forget that there are just as many little critters sleeping the day away. Head out on a Reef Sleep to get the whole picture of life on the Great Barrier Reef.
For all the intricate marine life you witness during the day on the Great Barrier Reef, you can’t forget that there are just as many little critters sleeping the day away. And an utterly fabulous way to see these nocturnal creatures is by staying the night, sleeping on a purpose-built pontoon in situ.
Cruise Whitsundays operate a floating pontoon from which you can view this incomparable perspective of nightlife from a large, seated, underwater chamber or from the tailor-made viewing deck up top.
And to make the most of the environment, you sleep under stars in swags with uninterrupted million star views. As you would expect you all the activities are at your finger tips including scuba dives, guided snorkelling tours with a reef interpreter, alfresco dinners including alcohol, breakfasts, buffet lunches and morning and afternoon teas.
And if that’s still not enough for you there’s always the added option of hiring a helicopter and taking a scenic flight over iconic Heart Reef – another geological oddity you can only find in Australia.
Reefsleep Hamilton Island Details
Cruise Whitsundays pontoon is inside Hardy Reef around 2hrs by boat from Hamilton Island, Qld.
Did you know? // The world’s largest manmade living coral reef lagoon is on Daydream Island in the Whitsundays, with more than 50 types of coral and 80 species of fish in the 2650m2 outdoor aquarium.
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