Dive in Far Northern

    Bligh Reef Far Northern, Australia

    Great wall with small caves, nice coral gardens

    Cathedral Wall Far Northern, Australia

    Eagle Rays, Mantas, Grey Reef Sharks...

    HMS Pandora Far Northern, Australia

    HMS Pandora was a 24-gun frigate of the Royal Navy, built by Adams and Barnard at Deptford, and launched on 17 May 1779. She was deployed in North American waters during the American Revolutionary War but was put 'in ordinary' (mothballed) after 1783.When the news of the mutiny on the Bounty reached…

    Manta Wall Far Northern, Australia

    Drift dive along the wall: Grey and Whitetip reef sharks, Mantas...

    Mantis Reef - Martin`s Mecca Far Northern, Australia

    Good pinnacles covered with hard corals.

    Mantis Reef - North Wall Far Northern, Australia

    Grey and Whitetip Sharks and Manta Rays.

    Mantis Reef - Rainbow Wall Far Northern, Australia

    Good place to meet pelagics and reef sharks

    Mobula Wall Far Northern, Australia

    Good drift dive

    Northern Small Detached Reef Far Northern, Australia

    Grey and Whitetip Reef Sharks.

    Raine Island Far Northern, Australia

    Raine Island hosts a large number of Green Turtles. You may see the Tiger Sharks if you're lucky :)

    Ribbon Reef #10 - Cod Hole Far Northern, Australia

    This dive site is well known for its large potato cods (6-30 kg !). They are feed and so very friendly ;-)
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    Ribbon Reef #10 - Pixies… Far Northern, Australia

    Pixies Pinnacle is a great dive site for photographers. A large coral bommie with small caves. One of the best spot of the GBR ever !

    Shark City Far Northern, Australia

    The place to meet dozens of sharks: Whitetip, Silvertip, Grey reef sharks...

    Southern Small Detached Reef Far Northern, Australia

    Fantastic wall ! Eagle Rays, Mantas, Leopard Sharks...

    Star Reef Far Northern, Australia

    Stead Passage Far Northern, Australia

    A large pinnacle with barracuda, sharks...

    The Quetta Wreck Far Northern, Australia

    RMS Quetta was a 116 m long passenger liner. She sunk in 1890 and now lies on her port side.

    Tijou Reef Far Northern, Australia