Scuba diving on the Great Barrier Reef!
Scuba diving a choice of day tours and liveaboard trips on the Great Barrier Reef.
Enjoy the wonders of the World’s largest coral reef. During your tour, you will be visiting the World Heritage Great Barrier Reef Marine Park!
Whether an experienced diver or it’s your first time, reeftrip.com caters to all divers. Our tours offer the best Outer Barrier Reef locations every day. Our crew will be delighted to show you pristine coral havens and introduce you to some of our friendly fish!
We use years of marine experience to select our dive sites daily based on conditions, ensuring excellent snorkelling and scuba diving.
Certified Dive Adventures
Liveaboard diving – Certified dive tours range from those suited to new divers to advanced level scuba divers. Each reef location you’ll visit is unique, bursting with tropical marine life and diverse coral colonies.
Top-quality scuba equipment (including high range dive computers) are available with every tour. Guided dives are offered at each location. Certified divers can travel on the same tour as uncertified friends and family. Also, if you are travelling alone, our friendly crew will be happy to provide you with a suitable dive buddy.
What is Certified Diving?
Certified diving is for those who already hold a scuba qualification. If you don’t have a scuba diving license and like to participate in scuba diving, see ‘Introductory Scuba Diving’.
Introductory Scuba Diving
Anybody can try an introductory scuba dive. No experience necessary. Scuba diving is easy, fun and exciting!
Whether you’ve got a day or a week, there is simply no better place to try diving than the crystal clear waters of the Great Barrier Reef.
The protective ‘barrier’ of the reef provides calm waters perfect for beginners. Once comfortable, your dive leader will guide you on supervised underwater tours. Let us show you our passion and give scuba diving a go!
What is introductory diving?
Introductory diving requires no previous scuba experience. Conducted in small groups under the supervision of an experienced Dive Instructor. Introductory dives give beginners an unforgettable Great Barrier Reef experience without having to complete a scuba diving course.
Can anyone try an introductory dive? If you can swim and are in good physical health, you can probably dive. The minimum age for resort diving is 12 years. Some medical conditions or medications may prevent you from participating in scuba activities.
Why book a scuba diving tour with reeftrip.com?
The Best Equipment
All of our tours offer high quality, up to date equipment. Got your own gear? Our friendly dive masters will assist you in setting up your equipment.
Full diver briefing
are given for each reef location by an experienced crew with in-depth knowledge of the areas and marine life found.
How deep are the dive sites?
As the coral on the Great Barrier Reef needs sunlight to survive and grow, most good dive locations are found in relatively shallow areas. Our dive sites have an average depth range of 10-25 meters (30-80 feet). Unqualified scuba divers on Resort Dive tours are generally kept within 5 – 12 meters (15 – 36 feet). Advanced divers travelling on a liveaboard tour can expect depth ranges up to 40 meters (120 feet).
See: Reef Locations
Who will I be diving with?
Buddy up with another passenger or take the guided dive option. It’s your choice. Our friendly dive team will ensure you have a buddy to go diving with if you’re travelling alone.
If you have never dived before, there will be an opportunity for you to try an introductory dive. Introductory dives are all done with an experienced dive instructor.
Go on a guided dive with one of our friendly and professional dive teams and take all the hassle off navigating yourself! Our experienced guides will show you the best dive spots, get you back to the boat and ensure you have a fun and comfortable scuba.
- The minimum age for scuba diving activities is 12 years (10 years if already a qualified diver).
- Some medical conditions may prevent you from diving—for example, heart disease, asthma, epilepsy or diabetes. If you are unsure of a particular medical condition, please check with us before making your reservation.
Flying after scuba diving
- After scuba diving you should not travel to a high altitude (fly or visit a mountain area etc.) within 12 hours of completing a single dive or 18 hours after multiple dives. It is recommended to wait 24 hours, if possible, before doing so.
Certified divers will be required to show their certification card or divers logbook. If you do not have proof of certification, please get in touch with us before your trip to avoid disappointment on the day.
Try our simple medical questionnaire to see if you can go diving!