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Great Barrier Reef Cruise to Moore Reef Pontoon and Return Helicopter Flight from Cairns image 1
326 €

Great Barrier Reef Cruise to Moore Reef Pontoon and Return Helicopter Flight from Cairns

Explore the reef and everything it has to offer as you start the day off with a cruise out to the Moore Reef Pontoon. Relax on the new two-level pontoon boat as you snorkel and slide down the new slide into the Great Barrier Reef. After spending the day on the reef take to the skies for the voyage home and experience the beautiful reef from the air.

Meet your local operator at the Cairns Reef Fleet Terminal in the morning, and head out on an air-conditioned catamaran to a large pontoon (floating platform) located at pristine Moore Reef pontoon on the outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef, approximately 40km from Cairns. Complete with complimentary snorkel equipment, glass bottom boat, semi-submersible coral reef viewing boat, an underwater observatory, marine life touch tank, and optional extras including a return helicopter flight.

Your trip includes:

  • Travel to the Great Barrier Reef onboard an air-conditioned catamaran
  • Tea and coffee on boarding the vessel
  • Informative presentation hosted by our marine naturalist
  • 4 hours at the outer reef
  • Tropical buffet lunch including seafood, hot dishes, salads and tropical fruit
  • Guided coral viewing from a semi-submersible vessel and glass bottom boat
  • On-board touch tank to experience unique marine life up close
  • All snorkelling enclosure with rest and view stations
  • Full enclosed kids pool
  • Underwater Observatory
  • Fish feeding presentation Freshwater showers and change rooms
  • Full bar facilities (items at an additional cost)
  • New giant waterslide and sun deck
  • Tea and coffee prior to pontoon departure
Next, sit back and relax as you enjoy your return flight by helicopter taking in the stunning views over the Great Barrier Reef.