Australia boasts many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, like the Great Barrier Reef. These locations have fantastic coastlines, complex ecosystems as well as a lot of blue water which are perfect for snorkeling. Here are the best spots for snorkeling in Australia.
Busselton Jetty with 2 kilometers length is the longest wooden jetty in the world. You can find it in the town of Busselton, Western Australia. This jetty is a major tourists in the region and there are many snorkeling spots available there too. There are over 300 species of marine life available for you to observe under water.
Ningaloo Reef is a UNESCO World Heritage site and you can find it in Western Australia. This snorkeling spot is really close to the shore and it is perfect for children and amateur snorkelers. Also, Ningaloo Reef is Australia’s biggest reef that covers a large area populated with many marine lives.
Green Island is a paradise on earth that is located in Cairns in the North East side of Australia. Great Barrier Reef here gives that island impressive natural wildlife. There are more than 120 native plant species as well as exotic bird species which makes it a perfect spot for snorkeling.
Tangalooma Wrecks in Moreton Island
The sight of Tangalooma Wrecks on Moreton Island is a memorable one, this experience gets even better underwater. Here you will observe clear water, corals, marine life as well as a lot of tropical fishes. This location without a doubt is one of the most amazing snorkeling places throughout Australia.